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Butcher Row House Museum

Burgage Hall Church Lane, Ledbury HR8 1DW, England
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Interesting small museum

An interesting small museum of Victorian life. A fascinating boot shaped bath is located on the... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Richard A
Tweed Heads, Australia
Worth a viisit

This is a small local museum, free to enter. There is a helpful custodian, and some local... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
John C
Andover, United Kingdom
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Burgage Hall Church Lane, Ledbury HR8 1DW, England
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

An interesting small museum of Victorian life. A fascinating boot shaped bath is located on the upper level, reached by a steep staircase. Entry to the museum is free, so making a financial donation should be the thing to do.

Thank Richard A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a small local museum, free to enter. There is a helpful custodian, and some local artefacts. The most interesting thing for me was the building was once in the High Street, and was taken apart and reconstructed in its new location. There are...More

Thank John C
Reviewed 20 May 2017

A small, free museum run by volunteers with some interesting stuff. There is nothing to make you go 'wow', but it's worth half an hour of your time and deserves support.

Thank Jeff1903
Reviewed 9 May 2017 via mobile

A very small museum with free entrance (Donations requested) on two floors. The 1st floor has all the interesting paraphernalia but is hard to access if you have difficulties with steps and a low ceiling. Interesting place to visit for about ½ hour.

Thank purpletravelat
Reviewed 6 May 2017

This tiny, free museum is full of interesting items, but the large boot-shaped bath on the upper floor fires the imagination. Filled with water it was wheeled along the street for neighbours to pop outside and have a bath. More hot water could be put...More

Thank Asabird13
Reviewed 28 April 2017

A volunteer welcomed us and explained the museum. As I am disabled I could not manage the stairs but we were told my husband could take some photos to show me later. It was very interesting local history especially the Boot Bath story. Very small...More

Thank Lynda B
Reviewed 24 April 2017 via mobile

Hidden just off Church Street, this museum is crammed with local items - pottery, farming goods, musical instruments, clothes, a large 'boot' bath and so on. Two very small rooms joined by a flight of very steep stairs - but absolutely fascinating.

Thank Clivel_98
Reviewed 24 April 2017

A suprising find. A house that was given to the parish and is now a tiny museum. Inside are photo's/clothes and historis facts about the Ledbury toll revolution, etc.

Thank Coxy0310
Reviewed 29 October 2016

Amazing local museum .. the building has been moved to its current location brick by brick. Look upstairs at the boot bath that was wheeled from house to house for residents to use. Free entry .

Thank sillyvixen
Reviewed 20 October 2016

This tiny museum holds a wealth of local history. How they cram so much in such a tiny house is amazing. It is run by volunteers and is free but a donation should be paid as it is well worth one.

Thank Gill L
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