This museum is in the village of Bamburgh on a section of the Northumbrian coast which is awash with visitor attractions. It is a very small museum but is wonderfully put together. It faithfully retells the heroic tale of local girl Grace Darling and doesn't neglect her family's part in the narrative of history. The whole exhibit is easily seen in an hour but is well worth a short detour from the castle and beach. The museum is free but contributions are encouraged to support the work of the RNLI. Not just for a rainy day!
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