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Really lovely little museum with lots of interesting items, all really well labelled so you know what you are looking at and what they are used for. Make sure you visit the exhibition of paintings of the local area by Geoff Leathley, they are fantastic! The museum building…
Every so often I will pop in with my little boy to see if anything’s changed! Love looking at the items on display and my little boy enjoys the reading room! Staff very friendly and knowledgeable and I never feel rushed or like I’m in the way! The museum and the staff are a…
Lovely exciting things to show little learning minds. Both grandsons enjoyed it and so did my husband and myself. Kept well and everyone helpful.
A small, focused museum discussing the area's history, from the Saxon era to the English Civil War to the 20th Century. Displays about liquorice and glass, plus relics from the sieges (such as an officer's cup, a stash of coins with a mysterious ring, a tobacco pipe, and a…
If you are in the town, do pop into the museum. It is quite small but offers a range of local information and history. When we visited there was an exhibition of satirical prints (Georgian and others). Nevertheless, the crowning glory is the painting of Pontefract Castle in its…