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#1 of 5 Museums in Ilfracombe
Always like to visit local museums when on holiday, this place was a delight of varying items from a two headed kitten preserved in a jar to zulu war clubs, birds eggs, butterflies, radio station really time we'll...
Small town museums tend to be a bit of a hotch-potch of artefacts but this one was so well laid out and so obviously well-cared for, it was a delight to visit.
#2 of 5 Museums in Ilfracombe
If you want a scientifically accurate place to visit go to the natural history museums in London and Oxford Uni.
The animatronic dinosaurs were fab - so life-like (feels like you are actually in Jurassic Park when walking through the valley with all the trees and ferns) and the museum was so interesting!
Combe Martin Museum Combe Martin, UK 5.9 km away
#1 of 2 Museums in Combe Martin
What a pity that so many people simply pass museums by when an interesting hour of two can be spent exploring finding out all about the locality.
Excellent and imformative museum showing rich local history you really feel transported to a bygone age .
Wabasso Art Cafe Combe Martin, UK 5.8 km away
#2 of 2 Museums in Combe Martin
#1 of 4 Museums in Barnstaple
Great gardens to walk round - lovely Azalea display this time of year stunning - National Carriage Museum in the stable areas well worth the visit and to top it all very nicely furnished house to look round.
Lovely house and beautiful grounds very peaceful and lots of interesting things to see and do - the Queens golden carriage was part of a special exhibit at the carriage museum and it was even more exquisite up clo...
Mortehoe Museum Mortehoe 5.8 km away
#1 of 1 Museums in Mortehoe
Visit this museum every time come to mortehoe only small but very informative some very nice old photos of mortehoe families ideal for all ages
The museum is free with donations welcome.