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The museum is somewhat disappointing for the entry price, I expected more, but the Abbey is worth a visit. The museum only redeemed itself by having a Thomas Kellner exhibition on. I know it is expensive to maintain these heritage priperties, but without that, I...More
The museum gives an excellent time line in the development of photography with its informative & well laid out displays, which are spread across two floors. There are also some of the original photographic equipment used, which are miles from the digital cameras we have...More
Interesting small museum explaining the making of photography under the method developed by Henry William Foxton, whose development of negatives has been used up to the present day , pre the digital world. Upstairs is a fragmentation photography exhibition of Kelleher.
We visited Lacock Abbey with two of our relations to give them a short day out, But as It was it ended up being a very enjoyable day out. the abbey itself is a very pleasant mooch around and has a great history within itself....More
The museum, the Abbey and the whole village are worth visiting. Charming, quaint and so very English (hence the popularity with foreigners). A nice place to have an enjoyable stroll around and the Abbey's gardens are well worth a visit. The Abbey has been used...More
We loved the abbey and the grounds but found the museum distinctly underwhelming. It's small and has a very limited number of exhibits. It completely failed to capture the way that photography changed so many lives. Prior to its invention, we had to rely on...More
Another NT property ticked off the list to visit and even if you do not have any interest in photography it is still worth a look at how the history of taking pictures has developed (excuse the pun).
There are exhibits showing how the camera...More