Mountfitchet Castle and Norman Village of 1066
A Norman Mott & Bailey Castle & Village of 1066, reconstructed on it's original site. The only one of its kind. The toy museum is a nostalgic experience, dipicting toys from the mid victorian up to the late 70's.
Museum of Canterbury
The award-winning museum is housed in the beautiful medieval Poor Priests' Hospital (once an almshouse for poor or elderly priests) built in 1373. The building was restored in the 1980s and officially opened as a museum by The Queen.
Museum of Kent Life - Cobtree
As you stand beside the Oast house in the middle of our site, it's hard to believe that Maidstone town centre is only a few minutes away. A visit here is an opportunity to leave the modern world behind and experience the sights, sounds and smells of country life in Kent over the last 300 years.
Museum of St Albans
The collections and services of St Albans museums including the Roman Verulamium museum, 3rd largest city in Roman Britain and Museum of St Albans with new exhibitions every few months.
Museum Of The Royal Dockyard
The Society was founded in 1980 by a group of Dockyard men dedicated to perpetuating the history and work of Chatham Dockyard.
The museum gives a picture of life in Guernsey during the German Occupation, 1940-1945.
Pallot Steam Museum
An absorbing evocation of times past. There is something to excite the interest of everyone in this fascinating collection of steam, farm and other machinery.
Portsmouth City Museum & Records Office
The combined Museums and Records Service was set up in 1994 following the amalgamation of both the Museums Service and City Records Office.
The Park, gardens and woodlands provide an attractive and tranquil backdrop to Quex House, one of Kent's finest Regency houses, and the Powell-Cotton Museum a vast collection of treasures gathered on twenty-eight expeditions to Africa and Asia.
Priest's House Museum
The Priest's House is an historic town house dating from the 16th century. This Grade II listed building retains many original architectural features.