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#1 of 1 Museums in Whitchurch-on-Thames

The Museum of English Rural Life

Reading, UK 6.1 mi away
#1 of 8 Museums in Reading
It is well displayed, colourful, good information, enough for the casual visitor but glimpses into much more in the collection, which I am sure specialists in anything from basketry and cartwheels to smocking and...
There are wonderful collections of farm wagons, tools with information on their development, displays on rural skills from times gone by, interactive games for children and adults.

Reading Museum

Reading, UK 5.4 mi away
#2 of 8 Museums in Reading
... many room over a few floors, with items from fine arts, local archaeological finds, local history and factories, temporary thematic displays and, in a way its centre-piece, a full replica of the Bayeux Tapestry.
With free entry, this museum presents a varied array of permanent exhibits, all related with Reading or Berkshire history (from Roman times til middle of the 20th century), biosphere (animals, both current and old...

Thames Valley Police Museum

Sulhamstead, UK 4.8 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Sulhamstead
Sincere thanks to Colin Boyes and John O’Brien for permission to visit the Thames Valley Police museum today and to photograph the previously unpublished and previously unphotographed exhibits from the Great Train...
The Scouts learned heaps about the police, it's work and the history both from the organised activities (which they really enjoyed) and the Museum.

Nuffield Place

Henley-on-Thames 7.2 mi away
#1 of 7 Museums in Henley-on-Thames
Most of the National Trust places we visit have the house, garden or grounds as the highlight but here it was the guides detailed information of Lord Nuffield - founder of Morris cars and a forerunner to Bill Gate...
... to the house, which is operated by NT volunteers and which becomes very busy and there is often lengthy delays for tea's and coffee's.The House and grounds are well worth a visit and there is ample car parking.

Ure Museum of Greek Archaeology

Reading, UK 4.7 mi away
#7 of 8 Museums in Reading

The Lemongrove Gallery

Reading, UK 5.5 mi away
#5 of 8 Museums in Reading
Love this place The minute you walk in you are greeted by Sophie and Megan with massive smiles and such a warm welcome They leave you to browse or offer very knowledgeable help if you’d like No pressure selling ,...

River & Rowing Museum

Henley-on-Thames 8.7 mi away
#2 of 7 Museums in Henley-on-Thames
His work often focused on the British landscape, especially churches and monuments, and included tapestry designs, book jackets, screen prints, photography, fabrics and ceramics.
Part natural sciences, part art, part local and national history and part delightful and exceptionally well done children's museum, this high quality space is a must see for anyone visiting they area.

The Royal Berkshire Medical Museum

Reading, UK 6.0 mi away
#6 of 8 Museums in Reading

The Cole Museum of Zoology

Reading, UK 6.9 mi away
#4 of 8 Museums in Reading
There is an interesting cabinet with bugs drawers, an elephant skeleton, various taxidermied animals, carefully separated by families in different cabinets.

Museum of Berkshire Aviation

Reading, UK 9.1 mi away
#3 of 8 Museums in Reading
This museum may be small in footprint but it has a wealth of interesting exhibits and is staffed by very knowledgeable and passionate volunteers who are only too happy to show you around.
Excellent museum with so much crammed into one hanger and far more things of interest than expected, even including parts of a Polaris nuclear missile and a WW2 German bomb.

Cholsey-Wallingford Railway

Wallingford 7.9 mi away
#1 of 3 Museums in Wallingford
The actual journey to Wallingford is a slow journey passing through some lovely scenery and countryside, including Cholsey church, the burial spot of Agatha Christie.
The 2mile long track passes through lovely English countryside, as well as a level crossing that spans a dual carriage road!

Wallingford Museum

Wallingford 8.0 mi away
#2 of 3 Museums in Wallingford
Visited this place on a rainy day yesterday, what a wonderful collection of historical information and artefacts in the local area, even more interesting section detailing the life and times of Agatha Christie, if...
Lots of very interesting displays about everyday lives of local people including a lot about periods many hundreds of years ago (when Wallingford Castle was about the largest in the land) as well as life for the p...

Dorchester Abbey

Dorchester-on-Thames 11.2 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Dorchester-on-Thames
She then took us to the Abbey on a special visit, as there was an exhibition, and we were amazed by this incredible medieval building with many objects and altars to be seen!
The most stunning part of the main Church is the lovely window behind the altar that was restored by American friends in memory of Sir Winston Churchill, why they did this wasn’t mentioned but it is certainly magn...

Pendon Museum

Long Wittenham 11.8 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Long Wittenham
We visited on a wet sunday morning expecting to stay only for a short while - what a fascinating museum, stunning detailed and intricate models, very friendly and informative staff - well worth the visit !!.
A great day out for any railway modelling enthusiast, but also much to absorb anyone who is interested in the history of rural England, Old cottages, landscape, and also the amazing craftsmanship.

Didcot Railway Centre

Didcot 10.8 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Didcot
A first class railway museum, so much to see and do, can have short rides on various trains, we had the magnificent King Edward II, and a Pannier Tanker, and a ride on a amazing Steam carriage.
Nice sunny day so we were able to linger over masses of GWR collected items, seeing restoration work in progress on engines and coaches and talking to the helpful and expert volunteers on a variety of subjects.

Bohun Gallery

Henley-on-Thames 8.5 mi away
#3 of 7 Museums in Henley-on-Thames
Long established, specialised in contemporary artists, close to Henley centre, holds special viewings
Years of association with well known artists means that lasting artworks are available to purchase here