Traditional small - and free!- county museum. Mixture of local history, geology, archaeology and natural history; with a small changing exhibition area, which often has contemporary art. Well worth a visit and child friendly.

It's a hidden gem in the town centre, in the converted 17th century Market Hall. There are surpises - the Sheldon tapestry maps are huge in size and stunning in detail, although one is at 90 degrees to what you expect. Do not touch though - an alarm goes off. Also the second largest Roman coin hoard in Britain.