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#1 of 2 Museums in Hinckley
Myself & some friends recently visited ,we had such a great time were already talking about revisiting it is such an interesting place & Neil is so friendly & welcoming definately recommended
It's also a place where the public can come and visit during the day to look at the artifacts and antiques and find out about the history and of course the spooky aspects of them.
#2 of 2 Museums in Nuneaton
All in all, a very well run and interesting Heritage Centre with free parking and being next to a Craft Centre gives it the added bonus of extending your morning visit well into the afternoon hours.
A small but perfectly formed museum, with friendly and knowledgeable volunteers keen to impart what they know to visitors.
#1 of 1 Museums in Sutton Cheney
... the period concerned, but, unless you are already a buff on Richard III and Bosworth's battle or come equipped with historical maps and history books about the relevant era and subject, the guided walk is a must.
Loved the exhibition and the walk around the fields with the information, warmed up after with hot chocolate in the Tithe Barn cafe, Would love to see a re-enactment there...maybe a warmer month next time

Herbert Art Gallery & Museum

Coventry, UK 8.1 mi away
#3 of 10 Museums in Coventry
More than just local history, The Herbert Art Gallery and Museum houses so many interesting and inspiring examples of Coventry's history with interactive exhibits, sound and vision and plenty of things to keep chi...
At time of visit has great gallery dedicated to toys and it has one of those gifts that everyone visiting of all ages will say “I had one of them!” Rest of museum has really interesting rooms one dedicated to Lady...
#1 of 1 Museums in Atherstone