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small museum

Prescot is a small place so this museum is as you expect small. But it does have quite a few... read more

Reviewed 20 September 2017
Liverpool, England
Great Time

A quaint little museum celebrating the history of Prescot. Some really interesting and informative... read more

Reviewed 15 May 2017
Blackpool, United Kingdom
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20 Sep 2017
“small museum”
18 Sep 2017
“Joke ”
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Reviewed 20 September 2017

Prescot is a small place so this museum is as you expect small. But it does have quite a few interesting photographs and displays. You are only going to spend an hour here, but if you want to know about the heritage of Prescot this...More

Thank Wilberlina123
Reviewed 18 September 2017 via mobile

This is prescots finest joke they taken away are museum and combined it with council tax and library services I don't no we're most of the artefacts disappeared but it's now a sham if you have five minutes of your life you never want back...More

1  Thank Mikeyjt
Reviewed 15 May 2017

A quaint little museum celebrating the history of Prescot. Some really interesting and informative exhibitions of the former local industries including the Towns watch making past. The Centre also houses the Library and the One Stop Shop. It is a well thought out centre with...More

Thank davidwilliambarnes
Reviewed 30 November 2016

Prescot is only a small town in a small borough, therefore expecting too much from this place would be unfair. It's good as far as it goes, but I can't imagine many outside visitors would go out of their way to visit what in essence...More

Thank FatherFeck
Reviewed 17 November 2016 via mobile

It is an interesting place to visit lots of things to see handy to get to if you are staying at Liverpool,or ST Helens the bus will drop you off just out side and if you travel by car there is car park just round...More

1  Thank Tom H
Reviewed 1 November 2016

Previously housed for many years in a Georgian town centre building this small museum now is located in a shopping centre in the middle of town. It is not easy to find as it is tucked away in the corner and forms part of the...More

2  Thank Big_Jeff_Leo
Reviewed 27 April 2016

Prescot is a really historic town. I visited the museum today and it was lovely to see a lot of items from the past, in particular I enjoyed seeing "Lady Bountiful" who once stood on the top of the Round Tower in Prescot. The town...More

1  Thank Vivienne F
Reviewed 20 November 2015

Equal parts a tragedy that the museum is no longer in it's original building, but also fantastic to see what the museum staff have managed to make of what they've been given. At a time when museums around the country are being tragically closed, it's...More

Thank TFXS22
Reviewed 12 November 2015

a good place to see local history and get a look at the last 100years its a nice clean place and you are left to browse on your own

Thank christopher o
Reviewed 23 September 2015

Not quite a museum; just two linked rooms which skim the surface of the history of industry of the local area. Still fascinating and it gives insight into the lives of people who lived in Prescot and Whiston. There are encased models related to homes...More

Thank besssie
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