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#1 of 6 Museums in St Albans
A working mill producing various types of flour for the artisan bakery, and a gorgeous little museum in one?
fabulous museum and bakery (Saturday morning).
#2 of 6 Museums in St Albans
This is probably the best museum of Roman history in England (and certainly lot better than other Roman Museums I have visited in Europe and Israel).
As a fan of small, unusual museums, I'm always appreciative of museums that do one thing, but do it well.
#1 of 1 Museums in London Colney
A refreshing change from the larger museums where you can only look from beyond a barrier
It is one of the largest museums devoted to the products of a single aircraft manufacturer.
#4 of 6 Museums in St Albans
we have been trying to get here for a while,but as its only opened once a month,its taken along time!what a wonderful place,a throughly enjoyable 2.5 hours!wish all museums were this good,the demonstrations were f...
Go to the Museum's website to discover more of the history of this fascinating museum.
#5 of 6 Museums in St Albans
I bought the combined ticket with a visit to the Verulamium museum and I'm glad I walked over the road to see the Roman Theatre, as it provides further background on the lives of the people during Roman times.
There IS an entry fee but there is a reduced joint ticket to this and the Verulamium Museum a couple of hundred yards away.
#6 of 6 Museums in St Albans
On the ground floor the shop was well stocked with unusual items as well as the usual museum goodies you see in all museums.
They also enjoyed spotting the Roman mosaic inspired butterfly art scattered throughout the museum.
Mill Green Museum and Mill Hatfield 9.4 km away
#1 of 1 Museums in Hatfield
The museum is expertly arranged and the working Water Mill is fascinating and explained so well by the Miller.
The adjacent museum is fairly compact but crammed with local material.