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The Wellingborough Museum, Wellingborough

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
4.6/5 based on 100 reviews on the web
The charity is called the Winifred Wharton Trust. It holds the lease on the building called Dulley's Baths (because it was built as a swimming pool in 1892).
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  • I have been to this museum many times and I have never been disappointed. On one occasion, children could hold owls and learn about their habitat. On another, children could hold reptiles and again le...  read more »
  • We recently visited the museum and found it very interesting. It is not very large but full of fascinating items especially if interested in local history. 
  • This is a nice place to go for a quiet cuppa & chat amongst friends. Museum is educational for youngsters & they hold open days in school holidays. Museum hold classic bus rally once year which is wel...  read more »
  • Hard work has been done to make this place a interesting to see. The WW1 trench is also worth seeing.
  • Small but interesting local museum. Free car parking nearby, but be aware, they are closed on a Sunday.
  • Love this place. Kept my 3 under sevens interested for over an hour.
  • This is an amazing place because there are so many fun events they do and its free!
  • when I think about memories of 'Home' and how it was growing up in Jubilee Crescent - I think of Wellingborough Museum as the 'Keeper of the memories' and I'm thankful...
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