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“Beware 2 days only opening.”

Hall I’ th’ Wood Museum
Ranked #18 of 55 things to do in Bolton
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed December 30, 2013

Went here with some friends who are locals so no problem finding it. Alas is only open on Tuesday and Saturday, should have read the previous reviews!!! I will rate it as excellent as i'm sure it will be once I can get inside!!

1  Thank silcof
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Reviewed November 25, 2013

Great fun. Free You are given a question sheet when you arrive and you have to try and find the objects pictured on sheet, these are scattered throughout the house, and for young children it gives them something to lookout for so getting to see more than they normally would. Also children can dress up in Tudor close and walk round the house.

1  Thank royandavis
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Reviewed September 3, 2013

Took my two grandchildren here. Very interesting history visit. Staff very helpful and pleasant .

Admission is free, but only open Tuesday and Saturdays .

Thank Andrew W
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Reviewed July 9, 2013

Although in the heart of a housing estate it is not easy to find, however when found is a nice tudor house. The staff are very helpful and knowledgable re Samual Crompton and the house history in general. Definitely worth a visit

Thank Steve D
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Reviewed May 28, 2013

Difficult to find as it is in the middle of a housing estate. Samuel Cromptons house. If your kids are studying Industrial History its a visual take on how an inventor lived.

Thank april j
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