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#1 of 7 Museums in Rotherham
This little gem has some interesting exhibits in it and is just the place to take youngsters to show them what museums are about.
Apart from Nelson the one eyed lion, the museum is also a veritable treasure trove of other curiosities, and so is well worth a visit, regardless of your age.
#2 of 7 Museums in Rotherham
A well laid museum housing a fantastic collection of local significance.
Transport museum
#3 of 7 Museums in Rotherham
Went for a lovely two mile walk around the surrounding woodland, then visited the Museum which is a former 18th century hunting lodge, free to visit but it's a pound to climb to the roof with superb views over the...
Lovely to see the restoration of this museum.
National Emergency Services Museum Sheffield 9.2 km away
#1 of 24 Museums in Sheffield
I m really into this kind of museums because they are pretty unic.
Thoroughly enjoyed this museum, loads to see, can get in some of the vehicles and outfits to try on, for an extra £1 you get to ride in a Fire Engine, staff very friendly and helpful - spent 2 hours in there - lov...
Kelham Island Museum Sheffield 9.0 km away
#3 of 24 Museums in Sheffield
Even without the giant steam engine that draws enthusiasts from all over the world, this would be one of the best industrial museums anywhere.
... of participation exhibits for young persons If you time your visit (12:00 or 14:00) you can see The Don Engine in-full steam the most powerful steam engine in Britain (12,000 horsepower) Excellent museum must see
#4 of 7 Museums in Rotherham
It was one of many educational science museums that I had visited and this was by far the best.
It's quite 'arty' with the large projections, sculptures etc. - almost a modern art museum at the same time.
Elsecar Heritage Centre Barnsley 8.1 km away
#3 of 7 Museums in Barnsley
We visited for the footplate experience and were pleasently surprised to find all the shops and a museum around the train station.
First time I had been here this week and it was great, plenty to learn about and even saw a steam engine up and running, staff are friendly and there are places to eat and a mini museum with areas for the kids to...
Millennium Gallery Sheffield 9.4 km away
#5 of 24 Museums in Sheffield
The only downside for me is the ban on photography and that sometimes the lighting levels are much too low – shared in common with other museums and galleries that I have visited in other cities – but I otherwise...
Wonderfully well organised museum and gallery space.
Weston Park Sheffield 10.6 km away
#2 of 24 Museums in Sheffield
the best local museum for taking youngsters for their first experience of museums.
... decided to have a stroll around Weston Park before returning home.This is a very scenic oasis of calm within a big city,with plenty of benches and a very nice cafe and interesting museum within the the grounds.
Elsecar Heritage Railway Elsecar 8.0 km away
#1 of 1 Museums in Elsecar
You can look around the sheds and the small on-site museum to learn more of the origins of this well preserved railway.
There was plenty to do for those of us left behind at the station because, apart from the station cafe and museum, there was an 'Elsecar by the Sea' event next to the station with various stalls, craft shops and c...
Alfred Denny Museum Sheffield 6.2 km away
#9 of 24 Museums in Sheffield
Once you find the entrance, you're met by knowledgeable and friendly student guides and taken up to the museum.
Fantastic mini museum.
Sheffield Weston Park Museum Sheffield 10.6 km away
#4 of 24 Museums in Sheffield
There is a good café located on site that I highly recommend and a shop also which has a good collection of nic nacs, Its free to visit with optional donations like most museums.
... a little picnic on the grass, feed the ducks, kids run about let of some steam, great inside the museum too, great for kids, and its fun, I will deffo continue to come here 100% theres also a nice little cafe.
Graves Gallery Sheffield 9.4 km away
#7 of 24 Museums in Sheffield
... go the same way round as i did) was the very last piece - a 3D tribute to Graves himself by Su Blackwell which reminded me of a similarly quirky "tribute" to the benefactors in the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford
Ashworth Barracks Doncaster 14.5 km away
#1 of 6 Museums in Doncaster
Summing up - excellent museum and experience, very reasonable entry free and very friendly staff - all museums should be like this - well recommended and will definitely return.
There are bigger museums, and there are smaller museums, This one is personal, especially to "ex Sqaddies" Our visit started on a Saturday morning with a welcoming greeting from the staff.
Bishops' House Sheffield 11.8 km away
#6 of 24 Museums in Sheffield
This is one of the best Museums I have visited.
This wonderful museum provides the passing tourists with a wonderful insight into a forgotten way of life.