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Local History & Local Culture Museums in the UK

The Local history & cultural museums depict the lives of our predecessors through displays, photographs and exhibitions. Included below are Local history & local culture museums in the UK, such as Fishbourne Roman Palace & Gardens.

Local History & Local Culture Museums in the UK

The Local history & cultural museums depict the lives of our predecessors through displays, photographs and exhibitions. Included below are Local history & local culture museums in the UK, such as Fishbourne Roman Palace & Gardens.

Fishbourne Roman Palace & Gardens

Salthill Road, Fishbourne, Chichester


Step Back in time at Fishbourne Roman Palace Fishbourne Roman Palace and Gardens in West Sussex is the largest Roman home in Britain, a lavish residence fit for royalty. Sign up for a guided tour and let the experts talk you through this fascinating historic site, unearthed as... more

Ayscoughfee Hall Museum & Gardens

Churchgate, Spalding

Ayscoughfee Hall Museum is a grade I listed Medieval house surrounded by 5 acres of beautiful Gardens. The Hall contains displays about the history of Spalding and the Fens, as well as the people who lived in the Hall. The Gardens contain a grade I listed, Lutyens-designed War Memorial, ornamental... more

Hove Museum & Art Gallery

19 New Church Road, Hove


Discover a world of art and history in The Hove Museum and Art Gallery If you're looking for things to do in Brighton and Hove, The Hove Museum and Art Gallery is a must. Housed in a Italianate Victorian villa which sits in a tranquil garden just off the busy New Church Road a... more

Buckler's Hard Village

Maritime Museum, Buckler's Hard, Beaulieu

Situated on the Beaulieu River in the heart of the New Forest, the 18th Century shipbuilding village of Buckler's Hard features a Maritime Museum, reconstructed cottage interiors and more...... more

Kensington Palace

London


Admire The Jacobean Beauty of Kensington Palace Although there is much history surrounding Kensington Palace, it is perhaps most famous as the home of Princess Diana. Turned into a palace from a Jacobean home in the late 1600s by the likes of Sir Christopher Wren and Nicholas... more

Arundel Museum

Mill Road, Mill Road, Arundel

Visit Arundel Museum to find out more about the fascinating story of the town, the river, the countryside and its people. In this family friendly museum, there are children’s activities and trails to enjoy. ... more

Charnwood Museum

Queen's Hall, Granby Street, Loughborough

There’s something very satisfying about visiting one of the many small museums in the UK, where you can get to grips with the message and feel you’ve learnt something about the area rather than being bamboozled by hundreds of exhibits. Charnwood Museum is one such spot. The famous Ladybird books... more

Battle Museum of Local History

The Almonry, High Street, Battle

Battle, East Sussex derives its name from the Battle of Hastings, which was fought between Harold the Saxon King and William the Conqueror in 1066. The battle was so significant it changed the course of English history. The town grew up around the Abbey of St Martin which was built by William the... more

Brighton Museum & Art Gallery

Royal Pavilion Gardens, Brighton


Find an artistic paradise inside The Brighton Museum & Art Gallery Built as a seaside pleasure palace for King George IV, this iconic Brighton building sits in the heart of the buzzy Brighton city centre. Brighton Museum and Art Gallery houses a cornucopia of fabulous art, from... more

Shaw House

Church Road, Shaw, Newbury


Discover the fascinating Shaw house, West Berkshire Shaw House was built in 1581 by Newbury clothier Thomas Dolman. This fine Elizabethan building has enjoyed a colourful past from a Duke’s country retreat to a school. It was fully restored in 2003 and opened to the public in 2006... more

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