The Shoe Museum, Street
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
The Shoe Museum in Street, Somerset, England exhibits shoes dating from the Roman era to the present day.It shows the history of the Clark family and their company C&J Clark and its connection with the development of shoemaking in the town.There is also a display of machinery used in footwear production, and a selection of shop display showcards from the 1930s, 1950s and 1960s, and television advertisements.The museum includes the first clogs worn by Gracie Fields and the wedding shoes of Diana, Princess of Wales.Our Street family vacation planner makes visiting The Shoe Museum and other Street attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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I just happened to spot it in one of those leaflets you pick up, so thought I'd take a look. I wasn't disappointed … wish I'd had longer, but I was in the final hour before they closed. Staff friendly... read more »
After walking around the Outlet Village, we strolled into Street to The Shoe Museum as we had seen it was free admission. No enquiry as to if you would make a donation. Set on 2 floors, it shows the h... read more »
Interwsting bit of info on the back ground of street. Was interesting, however some what small which was disapointing.
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