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Too much to see for a quick visit.

Interesting collection of items especially letters relating to the Floods of 1952. Old farming... read more

Reviewed 27 June 2017
mags732017
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Bristol, United Kingdom
Nice small museum

Nice small museum, stuffed full of all sorts of oddities and curios. It perhaps wouldn't be... read more

Reviewed 9 September 2016
EurasianBittern
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1 Oct 2017
“Quiky Local Museum”
25 Aug 2017
“Never open”
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An 18th-century cottage that houses a collection of agricultural and domestic tools.
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Market Street | St Vincent's Cottage, Lynton, Exmoor National Park EX35 6AF, England
+44 1598 752225
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Reviewed 2 October 2017

Lovely place chock full of old 'stuff' from immediate locality. A must for anyone interested in Lynton and Exmoor. Get chatting to the volunteers - the one attending when we went there was fantastic and chatty being an ex farmer

Thank davethesteam
Reviewed 25 August 2017

Cannot place a review as every time we go to Lynton and try to visit this museum it is always closed

Thank Tony C
Reviewed 28 June 2017

Find a little bit about lynton & the floods of 1952, ghost story very interesting, a bit on the small side but worth a visit

Thank Blindcarpetman
Reviewed 27 June 2017

Interesting collection of items especially letters relating to the Floods of 1952. Old farming implements etc.

Thank mags732017
Reviewed 22 May 2017

the lady who was at the museum was so lovely thanks Jen very informative lovely dolls house which my mum and I loved as we are into dolls houses for our mum and daughter time hobby

1  Thank Susan S
Reviewed 9 September 2016

Nice small museum, stuffed full of all sorts of oddities and curios. It perhaps wouldn't be particularly engaging to families with younger children, but worth going to for a quick visit

1  Thank EurasianBittern
Reviewed 6 September 2016

Interesting film and information Free entry - nice and unusual surprise. Donation box at the door if you wish

1  Thank janetmacdonald
Reviewed 20 July 2016

Plenty to see in this quaint, eccentric little museum. I spent a good hour or more totally absorbed by the many fascinating exhibits and relics of village life. I was particularly taken by the folders of ephemera relating to the flood disaster of 1952 and...More

1  Thank hotthemoople
Reviewed 27 June 2016

A super little museum. Full of quirky artefacts and information. Well worth a visit. A wonderful collection of memorabilia and history.

1  Thank workingtitle
Reviewed 5 June 2016 via mobile

This is a great little museum, which charts the local workers and people. Although small, entrance is reasonable. Check opening times, as this was my third visit, luckily I found it open this time :)

Thank mjnewham
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kittenziggy
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Response from mags732017 | Reviewed this property |
The museum is quite small and if there are a few people there it might be awkward. Sorry I don't know if dogs were banned
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