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Fox Talbot Museum at Lacock Abbey, Lacock

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Fox Talbot Museum at Lacock Abbey is part of an estate that was once the home of William Henry Fox Talbot. The museum celebrates the achievements Talbot, famous for his contributions to the invention of photography. When you visit, don’t miss the changing exhibitions and artwork. In Lacock, it is easy for you to spend the whole day here. You can see the estate’s unique blend of architectural styles by visiting the grounds and various buildings. Scenes around the site have been featured in major movies, such as the Harry Potter films and "The Other Boleyn Girl." You can eat and shop in the village streets, and you may even want to experience life in Lacock by staying in the holiday cottage. Plan your visit to Fox Talbot Museum at Lacock Abbey and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Lacock vacation builder.
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  • 2 adults and 2 children out of the Abbey will visit it. Interesting about the photography exhibition, with old cameras and explanations about the history of photography. The Museum is not very large. Recommended.
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  • Calling all photographers ... this is the place for you. Like many specialist museums, you can attend with a personal impression that you know quite a lot about the subject. And like many such museums...  more »
  • Learn the history of the Museum traced the footsteps of the millionaire as a photographer and inventor who settled in Lacock village, old cameras and film cameras off the beaten path. Shop located next to as halipotaroke I sold suitable goods and local bottling jam, fudge and honey. Was short hours, visited by 3:30 PM not enter-it's open until sunset.
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  • Great family day out. My 2 little girls enjoyed the Halloween monster trail. Lovely scenery and nice walks. Also treated our self's to a slice of cake and a pot of tea across the road at the barn caffe.
  • Well kept National Trust village. Enjoyed the Fox Talbot photography exhibition and underwater photography display.
  • Love this place. The photography museum is a must for any photographer's.
  • Old historic buildings.
  • Typical National Trust - excellent, and they seem to have taken over the whole village :). Really good day out for anyone.