The museum is set in the former Northwich workhouse & really it is more about that than the salt heritage. However there is an interesting room with good displays about the industry. It is a good place to take children to learn Victorian schooling.
It does not cost a fortune to go in, so we were glad that we went but expected a bit more about salt production.
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