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What a lovely little place. Nice little craft shop and tea room with the added bonus of a nice little museum full of well displayed interesting artefacts. The owners are just lovely people and had a nice conversation with the gentleman about his cars. Which...More
This museum is crammed with items from the past ranging from farming, cars, machines and household items which will evoke memories from everyone's past. It's run by volunteers and relies on donations to keep it going. There's is a lovely tea-room serving teas, coffees and...More
You wont believe how much is on show in the Granary Crafts Museum. Items relating to local history, East Anglian agriculture, transport, the workplace and in the home. After have a look round there is an excellent cafe with properly made tea and cakes. If...More
Found on tripadvisor before we travelled, so this is returning the favour in appreciation of its value. This is a volunteer site receiving and displaying so many items of yesteryear it's near impossible to try and provide a guide. Some displays are small but with...More
We were staying with friends in Gt Finborough , we walked over the fields via a footpath to Buxhall. Our friends did not tell us what to expect so it came as a huge surprise just how many treasures were here. It's brilliant as it's...More
Only open on bank holidays and most weekends in season, so phone first before visit. This place is a secret gem , full of nostalgia and memories. Very suitable for all ages particularly those of a certain age who can remember the 40s, 50s and...More
please please give this small but well packed and presented museum the owner has collected and been loaned many items,i'm 65 and taken grandchildren with my wife and we all loved it it was a step back in time with lots of smiles and laughter...More
A great little place to browse old items that people have donated or loaned especially from the 50s and 60s. Old cars, kitchen equipment and typewriters, etc.etc. Wonderful café with lots of home-made cakes. Just wish they did more in the way of lunches.