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Rugby School & Museum
#1 of 5 Museums in Rugby
After the tour we went back to the bookshop to wait for our ride, but there are a couple of museums nearby that are well worth a visit.
The friendly, knowledgeable and enthusiastic tour takes the visitor from the school museum with worthwhile pupil and rugby memorabilia, past the rugby ground and England's oldest cricket pavilion, to the spectacul...
The Webb Ellis Rugby Football Museum
#2 of 5 Museums in Rugby
Lovely little museum a huge collection of memorabilia of rugby and was lovely to see that this shop is still standing as it’s been there many years making rugby balls but now a lovely little museum thank you for a...
Wonderful mini-museum
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Rugby Art Gallery & Museum
#3 of 5 Museums in Rugby
... center, on the the 1st floor you have the Museum and Floor 1 Gallery, which can be hired out to art groups or individual artists, the Museum tells you about the History of Rugby and our Roman connection.
The museum is great for adults and children alike and the art gallery always has something interesting to offer.
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World Rugby Hall of Fame
#4 of 5 Museums in Rugby
However, I do like museums.
If the Web Ellis museum collection could be incorporated into this exhibition it would be one of the best.
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Marton Museum of Country Bygones
#5 of 5 Museums in Rugby
One of the best local museums for bygones and rural life.
Our entire family has visited Marton Museum many times and each one of us has a favourite item (mine are the aerial photograph and the sewing equipment).