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I went into the temporary Pop-up to access the Tourist Information and was impressed by the helpful staff (mostly volunteers!). They accessed what I needed straight away & even offered advice. Excellent customer service 😊
We were of course disappointed to learn once in town, that the well reputed (large & free as well) Museum of Barnstaple and North Devon is undergoing a complete restarting including bote the premises and inclusions.
Potential visitors (there's much else in town) are advised...More
Th museum was very interesting and informative, unfortunately the staff in the museum (also a tourist information center) were not very helpful. I asked them about walks in the area, the lady who answered was obviously more interested in gossiping with the other staff than...More
We took our 7 year old grandson here on a rainy holiday day. He was most fascinated by the skeleton, and interested in the write up about it. We enjoyed looking round the other exhibits and displays, and then went upstairs to do some Easter...More
Great way to spend a wet Devon morning with lively 2 & 4 year old they loved the undersea room and Barney the mechanical elephant the 2 year old spent ages opening the spice drawers and seeing what was inside and the tea shop does...More
The museum is conveniently located at the heart of the town center beside the River Taw and not far from the Rock Park. In there , there is an exhibition of Devon Regiment in the 1st World War in the Palestine. Local fossils, old photographs...More