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This museum is run by friendly volunteers and is a real find in the sleepy town of Winchcombe. It contains fascinating memorabilia of past citizens including photos and old registers. It also houses an extraordinary collection of police uniforms and other interesting collectibles connected to...More
Unfortunately we didn’t have a lot of time to look round this museum, there is some fascinating literature on local families and country life, as well as a good collection of police memorabilia.
Had a good chat with the lovely lady volunteer at the desk...More
As others have said, this is a small museum - with exhibits in one large and one small room, upstairs in the Victorian town hall. It is, however, a fascinating place, which proudly tells the story of Winchcombe's history by presenting objects made by the...More
I love this museum and have visited twice. There is a fairly interesting collection of old police uniforms and truncheons etc. from around the world, but what is really special is the window into rural life in the 18th/19th centuries that the collection of local...More
visited this today whilst waiting for the bus back to Cheltenham and it is run by volunteers and costs £2 for adults and is up a flight of stairs.
It was good to see all the artefacts of local life and all the police uniforms...More
This is a small museum in a lovely town: it houses many interesting and unusual country tools and historical artefacts as well as cabinets with displays of Police uniforms from many countries as well as tools of the trade. It's not overloaded and the items...More