Plenty of interesting artefacts to browse around and see. Thoroughly enjoyed it. Fantastic gold collection plus local history.
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We had a day out and visited the museum. This was nit a boring visit, it's a very interesting place, starting before Stonehenge, history and finds from Stonehenge going though the ages There are some wonderful finds, including a necklace showing how the design would...More
This is an excellent museum which amongst other things depicts the beginnings of the forming of Wiltshire which is fascinating. Free on Mondays so wonderful to visit.More
Thank you for your generous review, I am very pleased that you enjoyed your visit. I am afraid that as an independent charity with a small grant, we cannot afford to be free. We are always free for children, and are able to free for...More
My son absolutely loves the Wiltshire Museum in Devizes - we make sure we go every school holiday and he has a great time every time! Thanks Wiltshire Museum!
Glad you both enjoy your visits! Thank you for your review.
A warm welcome, and, because we belong to the Art Fund, free admission to this jewel of museums. It takes you on a journeyfrom very ancient pre-history - around 10000 BC - up to and beyond the bulding of nearby Stonehenge..Terrific
We spent a very interesting afternoon in this very informative museum. Lovely to see that children are encouraged to take part in many activities. Will visit again when in the area.
Very impressed with the fact that gold was buried with their dead as a sign of status and importance.
This is a wonderful local museum with loads of local archeological finds. Concentrating understandably on Wiltshire's excellent ancient history and has some of the most impressive gold finds. There is an excellent Roman gallery, a decent Saxon gallery and some quirky other stuff. Fun and...More
This would have been worth visiting if it only contained the fabulous 6.000 year old jadeite hand axe that was my favourite artefact, but the museum was bursting with great stuff, and informative displays about sites in the local area, and life here through history....More