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#1 of 1 Museums in Barton under Needwood

Samuel Johnson Birthplace Museum

Lichfield, UK 7.1 mi away
#1 of 7 Museums in Lichfield
this is a must if you are in lichfield the museum is run by voluntary staff ,they are very informative with any questions and its a lovely well keeper museum .its
The museum run by volunteers is a wonderful collection of books, paintings, furniture and personal belongings of the great man.

Erasmus Darwin House

Lichfield, UK 7.2 mi away
#2 of 7 Museums in Lichfield
This lovely little museum is nestled in the corner or Lichfield in a beautiful herb garden It is a wonderful museum suited for all ages but great for children Very informative with very helpful staff
The exhibition is very well presented, and all of the volunteer staff we met, were very friendly, enthusiastic, knowledgeable and clearly very proud of their museum and the beautiful area in which it is located.

The Staffordshire Regiment Museum

Whittington, UK 7.6 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Whittington
The museum hosts a quiz to keep the children engaged with a very generous prize for the winners! the displays are very well kept and the trench experience is wonderful with young history fans.
Lovely day out lots of information about ww1 & ww2 staff very friendly great knowledge about war life and a fabulous ww1 replica trench
#4 of 7 Museums in Lichfield
Fantastic food, interesting setting and an art exhibition by new young artists (and a few others) ...and now the chef, Jim Grizzell has a brand new kitchen he will be cooking up a storm ... well worth the effort t...
A lovely place definitely a hidden gem.An excellent variety of shops and a lovely little cafe.Parking is very good.

Statfold Barn Railway

Tamworth, UK 8.5 mi away
#1 of 3 Museums in Tamworth
... a foot path or take a short train ride around the Balloon loop which then stops on the return at Oak Tree where you can wander around the Round House an indoor space with more train memorabilia from yesteryear.
There is the most wonderful collection of narrow gauge steam engines, many of which were in steam and giving rides through the fields and around the balloon loop and there was such a variety with fast and stoppers...

St Mary’s in the Market Square

Lichfield, UK 7.1 mi away
#3 of 7 Museums in Lichfield
The building houses the new Lichfield Library on the Ground Floor, while the First Floor is comprised of the Local History Archives, a glorious Performing Arts space and the Swinfen Broun Gallery available for bot...
The former Church has been most sympathetically renovated to provide a home for Lichfield's library and tourist information centre.

Museum of Childhood

Sudbury, UK 8.5 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Sudbury
It has a sobering history of children over the last couple of centuries and how hard life was compared to now, but also a fantastic range of toys and games on display from Victorian to modern times.
Museum of Childhood is attached to Sudbury Hall in Derbyshire and is a great place for children of all ages to explore with its fantastic array toys and play things from ages past as well as a few present day items.

National Trust Museum of Childhood

Ashbourne, UK 8.5 mi away
#1 of 2 Museums in Ashbourne
Great day out very interesting the house well worth a visit lovely place to walk around the grounds great big lake house very good especially the children's Museum of Childhood very old playthings thanks to Betty...
A visit to Sudbury Hall NT a childhood memories museum is available to take you back in time with the today's children able experience the toys in certain sections of yesteryear There is an excellent cafe on site...

Sharpe's Pottery Museum

Swadlincote, UK 6.9 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Swadlincote
This is a must for a visit if ever you find yourself in Swadlincote, it shares with visitors a wealth of history about the area, including the Magic Attic archive which is very popular for locals.
Inside you can walk into the kiln to learn about the history of the works and pottery making in the area, then go upstairs to see pottery from this works and others nearby; see a history of toilet making which Sha...

Tamworth Castle

Tamworth, UK 9.2 mi away
#2 of 3 Museums in Tamworth
Lovely place to visit and very interesting to learn our heritage as we are Tamworth residence and wanted our children to learn all about the history of own town..lovley castle very interesting will defiantly be go...
We went without kids and enjoyed the views and the history, but I wished my kids were with me because there was so much for them to do and see too! It’s like a brisk walk through many centuries of history, plus, y...