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This is quite a small museum but to anyone interested in photography it is fascinating to learn how the technology developed. Upstairs, there is currently an exhibition of photographs of 100 women, incredibly good photos that are impressive in themselves.
Such a beautiful village and a great NT treasure! Parking is free for NT members and plenty of it, with a short walk to the Museum. We spent a fair few hours here and also enjoyed the NT cafe (bonus being dog friendly)!
The exhibition covering the history of early photography and the part that Fox Talbot played was well presented with some interesting forms of cameras over the years. The temporary photography exhibition upstairs on First Women UK is also very interesting and inspiring, particularly for young...More
We are N T Members so we think it was good value. £100.00 per family 2 adults and 5 children not that we take that many. So much to see lots of vintage cameras on view, photos, and information. So if you a camera buff...More
A small but extremely fascinating museum showing the history of photography situated at the entrance to the Abbey. There are plenty of information boards to read along with a number of artefacts on show. It is all on one level so it is easy to...More