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#5 of 6 Museums in Newark-on-Trent
... & a very comprehensive amount of information on military history, covering everything from World Wars I & II, The Napoleonic wars, The American War of Independance & the Crimean War The Courtyard has a small c...
The staff are very friendly and helpful, and will carry out historical enquiries for people trying to find out about the military history of their families, for a donation to the museum to support their running co...
#1 of 1 Museums in Bilsthorpe
Visitors have come from all over the UK and abroad!
#1 of 1 Museums in Laxton
Surrounding the Holocaust Centre is an acre of tranquil gardens, with commemorative beds of white roses and memorials to figures such as Raoul Wallenberg and Nicholas Winton, both of whom helped many Jews escape t...
a really emotional and educational place to visit ,loads to see and things for the younger visitors too ,fantastic cafe that offers home made food at reasonable prices and the staff were so helpful and nice chatte...

Museum of Timekeeping

Southwell 6.1 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Southwell
Day visit to Newark to the museum of timekeeping,i didnt realize that there were so many different clocks and with such fascinating history,The museum director gave a guided tour and explained all the different so...
They have some rare pieces on display and the building itself is beautiful with lots of hidden rooms and fantastic gardens.

Mansfield Museum

Mansfield 7.0 mi away
#2 of 4 Museums in Mansfield
We went to this museum a few times this summer holiday as they have activities for the children quite often, this included a Shetland pony and Whitepost farm animal visit which our 2 year thought was great.
During school holidays there are always lots of activities such as crafts, author visits and exhibitions, both art and educationally based.

National Civil War Centre Newark Museum

Newark-on-Trent 9.9 mi away
#2 of 6 Museums in Newark-on-Trent
Great museum full of facts about the civil wars in the 1600's, displays of weapons and uniforms, full of information, much of it interactive which makes it fun and less stuffy than many museums.
If arranging a school trip then there is a weaponry demonstration that the kids loved - playing with pikes and muskets, led by a brilliant expert who really knew how to hold the kids’ attention - and a really info...

Mansfield Fire Museum

Mansfield 7.5 mi away
#3 of 4 Museums in Mansfield
The museum was very informative and we all enjoyed having a good look at the history of fire fighters.
I's free but they like a minimum donation of £1 per person which is nowt, if you go get your hand in your pocket, it's volunteer run.