Living History, Open Air and Working Museums in the UK
Included below are Living history, open air and working museums in the UK, such as JORVIK Viking Centre. The concept of the Living history, open air and working museums is to preserve, research and display items relating to the social and industrial history of our forfathers, providing entertainment and education for visitors of all ages and interests.
Morwellham Quay, Tavistock
Morwellham Heritage Centre: The greatest copper port in Queen Victoria´s empire lies 23 miles inland. The Tamar ketch ´Garlandstone´ is moored at the quay; original cottages, shops and hostelry. 1860s costumed staff welcome visitors and host guided... more
Kingussie Road, Newtonmore
The Highland Folk Museum brings to life the domestic and working conditions of earlier Highland People. Visitors to this living history museum can learn in a safe and friendly environment, how our highland ancestors lived, how they built their homes,... more
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