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Lovely little museum chocablock!

Please Do ask the very genteel and friendly lady at the desk for am activity sheet or game for your... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Georgia H
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Lovely little museum

It's full of interesting things, with lovely friendly volunteers. Items are nicely labelled (brief... read more

Reviewed 12 May 2018
Worcestershire Sarah
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“Lovely little museum chocablock!”
May 12, 2018
“Lovely little museum”
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The Guildhall, The Square, South Molton EX36 3AB, England
+44 1769 572951
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Please Do ask the very genteel and friendly lady at the desk for am activity sheet or game for your kids. Makes this museum much more interesting and easy to spend 40 minutes or more inside notwithstanding it's small surface area. Lovely artifacts of country...More

Thank Georgia H
Reviewed 12 May 2018 via mobile

It's full of interesting things, with lovely friendly volunteers. Items are nicely labelled (brief but interesting) and there are quite a few fire engines!! But also lots of other things so your sure to find something of interest to everyone even though it's quite small....More

Thank Worcestershire Sarah
Reviewed 4 May 2018

A small museum with exhibits to give taste of the area during past times. Doesn't take long to get round. The staff were very friendly and helpful.

Thank Mjvhav
Reviewed 10 February 2018

Thank you so much for providing this small space which is heaving with interesting artefacts and has such friendly and well-informed volunteers. The museum gives a really good flavour of what this market town was like in the past and is free to visit. Nice...More

Thank Londoner1010
Reviewed 21 September 2017 via mobile

I've been to the pannier market several times. The stalls vary from nik naks to fruit and veg and even a dog friendly treat stall. There is a coffee and cake shop within the pannier market that has seating surrounding it which always seems busy....More

Thank mrandmrsgirling
Reviewed 12 August 2017

While visiting South Molton today with my family we came across this little gem. What a wonderfully interesting place it is. It's packed with all kinds of exhibits. It has a lot of local history that's well worth reading. It's laid out in such a...More

Thank Bradbybabe
Reviewed 13 June 2017

Took the opportunity to visit this Free Admission museum to enjoy a very well laid out and nicely kept exhibition. The staff were very willing to answer any questions and were very enthusiastic about the town,it's exhibits and it's past. A fascinating place to visit.

Thank graham r
Reviewed 14 October 2016

Popped into the museum recently while wandering around South Molton and what a fantastic and informative gem it is. The staff are enthusiastic and extremley knowledgable on all the exhibits, taking extra time to involve any children present. This is what a proper local musuem...More

2  Thank Steve H
Reviewed 27 September 2016

The Museum holds many treasures from South Moulton's past, and the staff are knowledgeable. Based on the South Moulton Council Fire Service

Thank John R
Reviewed 25 August 2016 via mobile

Had a morning with my 2 sons in the museum and had along chat with the gentleman who works there about the history of south Molton and some of the pictures of how much the town as developed over the last few years. Very informative...More

1  Thank Andy 'Simmo' S
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