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#1 of 1 Museums in Sutton Coldfield
Aston Hall Birmingham 9.0 km away
#10 of 34 Museums in Birmingham
Birmingham Museums (who run it) had made a good effort to explain the history with signage and volunteers on hand.
Aston Hall is managed by the Birmingham Museum Trust and staffed by BMT employees and volunteers.
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Walsall Leather Museum Walsall 10.7 km away
#1 of 5 Museums in Walsall
Genre museums are so much easier for the public to relate to and unravel the lifestyle of the non-upper class and non-royals that is promoted in high-end portrait galleries and art museums.
While other similar museums might suffer from repetition, the Leather Museum doesn't.
The Staffordshire Regiment Museum Whittington, UK 9.5 km away
#1 of 1 Museums in Whittington
Staffordshire Regiment Museum is one of the better regimental museums I have visited.
The museum hosts a quiz to keep the children engaged with a very generous prize for the winners! the displays are very well kept and the trench experience is wonderful with young history fans.
Soho House Birmingham 11.0 km away
#3 of 34 Museums in Birmingham
We were amazed to find what a chequered history the house had had and we are so glad that the house is available to visit now since it is run by the Birmingham Museums Trust.
Our visit started with a wonderfully warm welcome from Andrew and Rebecca, and their passion for this small but fascinating museum was infectious.
Tamworth Castle Tamworth, UK 10.6 km away
#1 of 2 Museums in Tamworth
The visit was pre planned as we always liked castles and museums in order to cherish the old architecture.
I was with some people who aren't really into visiting museums and castles but they all enjoyed it and we spent a really nice, interesting couple of hours here.
Museum of the Jewellery Quarter Birmingham 11.4 km away
#2 of 34 Museums in Birmingham
The museum is one of a selection of small museums in Birmingham that can only be visited by guided tour which means tour group numbers are limited and you get a more personal experience and can easily see everythi...
... expanded over the years ,it was nice to see how they had "just walked out" and locked up after so many years in the building , well done Birmingham Museums and the staff for running and maintaining such a gem .
Aston Manor Road Transport Museum Aldridge 7.5 km away
#1 of 1 Museums in Aldridge
What a delightful place this is!!!! Run by a fab crew of volunteers, probably the friendliest museum in the whole world and, I've been a a good few............. Vehicles change from time to time, well worth a visit.
We had a lovely couple of hours looking around this very much working museum, Full of all sorts from Chopper bikes to Lorries, All in various states of restoration or road ready, lovely friendly staff and my Grand...
Coffin Works Birmingham 12.1 km away
#1 of 34 Museums in Birmingham
Would highly recommend and lovely and central to go on for a meal afterwards or another of Birmingham’s fantastic museums.
One of the most interesting museums in the West Midlands, a real gem.
Samuel Johnson Birthplace Museum Lichfield, UK 11.7 km away
#1 of 7 Museums in Lichfield
If only all museums were like this
The staff are mostly volunteers but they are passionate and very knowledgeable about the museum it is a maze of cellars and the tour really opens your curiosity as to how life was when the house was occupied.it is...
Blakesley Hall Birmingham 11.8 km away
#7 of 34 Museums in Birmingham
Ruth was lovely and is planning on doing more ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder) open early mornings at other museums too - which is a wonderful opportunity for the ASD people to learn history.
Built in 1590 and a museum since the 1930s thanks to the wisdom of the city council.
Erasmus Darwin House Lichfield, UK 11.8 km away
#2 of 7 Museums in Lichfield
This lovely little museum is nestled in the corner or Lichfield in a beautiful herb garden It is a wonderful museum suited for all ages but great for children Very informative with very helpful staff
It's free to go in to this wonderful museum, house and garden by the cathedral so I recommend you spend and hour of your time here whilst visiting this beautiful little city.
Pen Museum Birmingham 12.0 km away
#9 of 34 Museums in Birmingham
... enjoyed this visit as it was both educational and informative.The guides were very patient and knowledgeable and it was worth donating to as this museums is run by volunteers,overall a very interesting day out.
Like a lot of small museums it punches well above its weight when you get to know the history of the place and the impact the industry had on the wider world.
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Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery Birmingham 12.1 km away
#8 of 34 Museums in Birmingham
The paintings are a joy to look at , and the Edwardian tearooms are excellent - unlike those in London art galleries and museums I have previously visited !
... with a liberal dose of Birminghams rich cultural diversity makes this one of the most important Small Museums in the country, the Edwardian Tea Rooms are the icing on the cake and the friendly staff it's cherr...
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The New Art Gallery Walsall Walsall 10.9 km away
#2 of 5 Museums in Walsall
A lot of the museums I've been to haven't always drawn me to the items on display as this museum has.
This outstanding museum has a surprising and varied exhibition which includes many of Epstein's works as well a significant portion of his personal collection.
Thinktank Birmingham Science Museum Birmingham 11.5 km away
#14 of 34 Museums in Birmingham
Thinktank is one of the most wonderful science museums there are.
However considering the cuts to funding to such things, to have such a venue I suppose we must expect to pay for what we get, especially as there are many free museums in the city.
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St Mary’s in the Market Square Lichfield, UK 11.6 km away
#3 of 7 Museums in Lichfield
A fascinating museum of the history of Lichfield, with a charming 'Mouse Trail' for the little ones to follow, and an excellent cafe (we thoroughly recommend the Chocolate and Orange Cake!)
A small museum with fascinating accounts of local history and some remarkable exhibits