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Ludlow Museum used to be housed in the Assembly Rooms and the displays were both excellent and well over double the size of what is now on show. Furthermore, at that time it was free entry. Since its relocation to the Buttercross, not that visitors...More
Read about this prior to going to Ludlow and it sounded interesting. Eventually found it, very poor signage to it, only to find that it was only open Friday, Saturday and Sunday. It seems Ludlow does not expect visitors midweek!!
This is a small museum that has a bit of everything from geological specimens to a couple of cases concerning the first world war. A few star iitems -- a little medieval badge of a dog, a beautiful Anglo-Saxon sword pommel, and a chasuble associated...More
Ludlow Museum is very small but very interesting, and enriched our stay with a bit of extra historical knowledge. The staff were very friendly and helpful. My daughter really liked the small boxes of items she could handle and explore. My favourite bit was the...More
The museum is located in the upper floor of the historic Buttercross. You enter through a door in the opposite side of the alley behind the Buttercross. Exhibits go from the prehistory of the area through to the 20th century.
My son spotted the sign outside this museum so thought we'd go have a peek.
What a l9vely little museum. Boys l9 ed the fossil and the old phone were y9u could dial up different numbers to listen to recordings of a particular subject or...More
But before tourism once a prosperous market town. The Buttercross represents this. Really just two gallery rooms inside, but a lot of history, well laid out and informative information. Becareful on opening times, a place like this has days off and even a lot of...More
There are really only two rooms but they're packed with info and exhibits.. You can pick up an old fashioned telephone and hear local voices telling you about many different aspects of life in days gone by - fascinating.
Must mention Petra, the curator on...More