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“... sat outside waiting.. just wow! it's a great insight into the massive Iron industry, and I wish the museum all the best for the future, and hope that it get's to grow and continue to educate the public.. we th...”
“A guided tour lasts about two hours and is full of informative throughout it, it has a great atmosphere with a very realistic stage office the ore was mined.”
“... and within 1 minute you can see iron gates with a sign 'Woodberry', go through the gates and you see the sign and then there's Tony, who walks out in fantastic Victorian regalia and welcomes you to the museum.”
“Your small group of up to 4 people are welcomed into Tony and Pat's home and given a personalised demonstration of many important scientific discoveries and technologies of the Victorian era.”
“An independent Victorian museum which is full of Stunning collections of local fossils, natural history, model ships, carved jet, toys costumes and local history, also artefacts of the explorer Captain Cook and Sc...”
“It has an outstanding fossil collection, lots of information on local geology, a huge amount about ships and seafaring (including Captain Cook and William Scoresby), and extensive natural and local history exhibits.”