I spent an excellent few hours in this museum on a wet day, there are just loads of extremely interesting exhibits. Seeing one of Rodin's The Kiss was a real treat and I'd not been expecting it.
My only criticism is that, being called 'The Wilson' after one of Cheltenham's most famous sons, why oh why is there only a broom cupboard sized room offered to display his history? There was some more information in the Paper Room, but you'll have to hunt for this detail. But don't let this put you off, it's well worth a visit.
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