As others have said this is a free museum at the back of a garden centre. Its fairly small, but there's plenty to see and do. There's a Dennis fire engine that the kids can get in and play around with plus a couple of other rooms with lots of interesting things to look at. The man that was looking after it was very helpful and friendly. You can give a donation which we thought it was well worth doing. Incidentally the garden centre that it is attached to is also very good - a garden centre that actually does plants! One of the best we've been to in many years. Both these places deserve to do very well. Well worth a visit even if you're not in the immediate area. We'll certainly go again. (When we went the road said it was closed, but you can access the garden centre and museum.)
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