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Laurel and Hardy Museum, Ulverston

(3.9/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
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  • Ulverston is well worth a visit for this attraction alone. A warm welcome for us and the dog, and full of fascinating information and memorabilia. We were treated to two classic movies in authentic ci...  more »
  • Lovely little museum crammed with cuttings, posters and memorabilia. Old films for you to sit and laugh at and a bar too.  more »
  • Visited museum on Thursday 23rd March - not particularly a Laurel and Hardy fan but museum is packed with some interesting facts and pictures together with an area set up as a cinema to show old foota...  more »
  • Small but great for LnH lovers. Used to watch these two when I was a young aine.
  • Great place to visit if you like the classic comedy films. Brilliant information and actual furniture from Stan Laurels house!!
  • A real asset to the town and a must-visit for any fan of Stan And Ollie. I recently used the Museum for an event and I couldn't have had a better venue. Great projection and sound facilities, lights, a stage, a bar full of good local beer and Mark is a friendly, helpful and enthusiastic host. A great place, come and see it when your in Ulverston, or anywhere near it. .
  • An excellent place to visit for all .watching some of the classic movies while you're their and entire fee is worth every penny
  • Cute little museum that smells funny but its very informative 😂