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The museum is very small and offers a history of Congleton. It has some interesting information and you can see how Congleton has changed over the years. The staff are extremely friendly. It's free to go around.
This is most interesting, particularly with regard to the pre-historic history of the area and items discovered locally such as the Neolithic wooden boat, various implements and hoards. Well worth popping in for a visit. There are even nice little things to buy from the...More
Lovely visit to the museum today with my daughter & her friend both aged 10 & my husband. The museum is really interesting & full of items you can touch & see . The girls enjoyed learning about the ww1 & stuff used in the...More
We had lived in Congleton for 5 years before we visited the museum but my kids absolutely loved our visit (9 and 5 year olds). Plenty to look at and interact with and my children especially enjoyed talking to the volunteers there about history. Very...More
Great museum to find out local history of where you live.
A1 fantastic history of the area, wow finding out a lot of information about your town and what parts it has played in the history of the country we live in.
This is a small museum, so should be part of a day out, not a single destination, unless, perhaps, you live locally.
It is not just child friendly, everybody is made to feel welcome by the enthusiastic staff. Contents are modest, but truly fascinating, and...More
We called in on a quiet Thursday morning. We had a short time slot and were greeted by a volunteer who made it her purpose to introduce the museum and tell us in detail about the layout. I only really wanted to see the Knutsford...More