A most unsuspecting place and should not be overlooked. This museum is catalogued according to a select grouping, and the displays are unique. It is not very big but close attention is needed to see all there is. A must.
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The museum itself is an artifact! You could place it in the 19th century without having to change anything! The labelling is hand-written in minute lettering and with the low lighting requires very good eye-sight. A plus point is that display-case collections include items from...More
Excellent session with the Education Officer! She introduced us to some brilliant tasks during our session and as trainee teachers, we can't wait to bring our classes here in the future!
Housed in the National History Museum, this collection is housed in an atmospheric, almost cramped space which adds to the feeling of finding something special. That's perhaps just how the original collector of the items, Augustus Pitt Rivers, felt when he stumbled across some of...More