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The Norris Museum, St Ives

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  • The Norris Museum is in clear view of everyone who walks by, however it's off the main footfall of visitors to St Ives. It's well worth a visit with many querky exhibits such as a mummified rat hidden...  more »
  • A great place to visit .Deals with the history of St.Ives in a visitor friendly way.from prehistoric days ,through the Roman period and and the Victorian age,coming right up to today. St.Ives is renow...  more »
  • Closed now until spring, but stuff going on around town. The garden is beautiful, see the wisteria in the spring time it is glorious. They used to have a herb garden, but that sadly hasn't been kept u...  more »
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  • Great little Museum - Staff and Helpers are very friendly and helpful. Closed for major renovation and upgrade at the moment. Should be great when it opens up again
  • Went their specifically because we saw a article in the local newspaper that there was a exhibition about prints. The exhibition itself was nicely put together and very interesting despite its small scale. The buildings entrance is from a small gothic door at street front and leads you through into a small garden like courtyard then into the main building. Its interesting as it makes you feel like you are literally discovering the building with hidden entrance etc. And therefore feels like a very personal environment. I think that is very much the appeal; an intimate space where you can explore things without intrusion or interruption.
  • It's quite small but there's lots to see and read about and stuff for kids to do too.