The best museums in England in 2021

These are the top 100 best museums in England, ranked by their rating and popularity in 2021. Click a museum for more information about the museum, including visitor information, exhibitions and reviews.

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These are the best museums in England:

  1. British Museum1

    British Museum

    London
    The British Museum is home to one of the largest collections of works and artefacts coming from all over the world. The museum was opened in 1759 and is dedicated to human history, art, and culture. The museum has ten departments with various collections, including artefacts dedicated to indigenous
  2. Tower of London2

    Tower of London

    London
    Also known as Her Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress, The Tower of London was one of the many castles built as part of the Norman Conquest of England. It has been extended several times in the past and has always played a major role in English history. For some time, the Tower was used as a prison.
  3. National Gallery3

    National Gallery

    London
    The National Gallery is an art gallery that is housed in a neoclassical building built in 1838. The gallery holds an art collection of over 2.600 pieces which contains European paintings from the 13th to the 19th centuries. The highlights include paintings by El Greco, Jan van Eyck, Rembrandt, Ruben
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  5. Victoria and Albert Museum4

    Victoria and Albert Museum

    London
    The Victoria and Albert Museum holds the largest design and decorative art collection in the world, with over 2.27 million objects. The museum houses collections that span 5,000 years of art, from ancient times to the present day. Through these collections, visitors explore historical and contempora
  6. Buckingham Palace5

    Buckingham Palace

    London
    Buckingham Palace is the official residence of British monarchs. Originally built as a townhouse, Buckingham Palace was turned into a private residence for Queen Charlotte in 1761. The palace was reconstructed and enlarged during the 19th century and it has been used as a residence of the British mo
  7. Tower Bridge6

    Tower Bridge

    London
    Located in both of the twin towers, the exhibition is dedicated to the history and construction of the well-known suspension bridge the Tower Bridge. Apart from various short films and interactive displays, visitors can also see some of the original designs of the bridge and visit the Victorian engi
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  9. Churchill War Rooms7

    Churchill War Rooms

    London
    In the Churchill War Rooms visitors can discover the original Cabinet War Rooms, the wartime bunker that sheltered Churchill and his government during the Blitz. Explore the historic rooms to experience the secret history that lives on underground. Discover the stories of those who worked undergroun
  10. National Railway Museum8

    National Railway Museum

    York
    The National Railway Museum (NRM) is devoted to telling the story of rail transport in Britain and its impact on society. The museum holds the national collection of historically significant railway vehicles and collections of other artefacts and written and pictorial records, of social, technical,
  11. Chester Zoo9

    Chester Zoo

    Upton
    We’re on a conservation mission at Chester Zoo. And education is vital to that mission. We want everyone to know more about Earth’s incredible wildlife – and the dangers it faces. That’s the key to inspiring more of us to look after the planet’s precious biodiversity.
  12. Windsor Castle10

    Windsor Castle

    Windsor
  13. York Castle Museum11

    York Castle Museum

    York
    The York Castle Museum is located on the site of York Castle, housed in prison buildings, built in the 18th century. The castle itself was originally built by William the Conqueror in 1068. In the York Castle Museum interactive galleries hold thousands of historic objects that bring the past to life
  14. Shakespeare's Globe12

    Shakespeare's Globe

    London
    Shakespeare's Globe is a modern replica of the theatre where some of Shakespeare's plays were staged for the first time. The original theatre was built in 1599 by the Lord Chamberlain's Men, Shakespeare's playing company. It was located roughly 250 metres from where the Globe Theatre stands now. The
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  16. Chatsworth House13

    Chatsworth House

    Bakewell
    Chatsworth House is a museum in Bakewell. The museum features exhibits related to: architecture and fine art. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include: jorge lewinski, nancy mitford, gainsborough, rembrandt, van dyck and freud.
  17. Natural History Museum14

    Natural History Museum

    London
    The Natural History Museum in London is divided into four zones, each with a common theme. Follow the Red Zone if you're interested in geology. Learn about the history of the Earth and the forces that change it. The Green Zone focuses on birds and fossils, while the Blue Zone is devoted to human bio
  18. Bath Abbey15

    Bath Abbey

    Bath
    Bath Abbey is a museum in Bath. The museum features exhibits related to: costume and textiles, archaeology, archives, decorative and applied art, fine art and religion.
  19. Hampton Court Palace16

    Hampton Court Palace

    East Molesey
    Hampton Court Palace was home to some of England's most famous kings and queens from Henry VIII (1509-47), its first royal resident, to George II (1727-60), its last. Hampton Court Palace features exhibits related to: fine art and architecture. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include:
  20. Blenheim Palace17

    Blenheim Palace

    Woodstock
    Blenheim Palace is a museum in Woodstock. The museum features exhibits related to: architecture and personalities. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include: sir winston churchill.
  21. Museum of Liverpool18

    Museum of Liverpool

    Liverpool
    The Museum of Liverpool is housed in a modern building with a large glass window and tells the story of Liverpool and its people, reflecting Liverpool's global significance. In the museum, visitors can explore how the port, its people, their creative and sporting history have shaped Liverpool. Divid
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  23. The Liverpool FC Story19

    The Liverpool FC Story

    Liverpool
    In The Liverpool FC Story, visitors can discover the 120 years of history of the Liverpool Football Club and see various artifacts and documents related to it. The museum holds the The Steven Gerrard Collection, a personal collection of footballing memorabilia and has all 5 European Trophies on disp
  24. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew20

    Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

    Richmond
    At the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew visitors can explore glasshouses, landscapes and 250 years of history. Climb to the treetops on the Xstrata Treetop Walkway, delve into rainforest inside the iconic Palm House or discover more on a guided tour. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew features exhibits related to
  25. National Portrait Gallery21

    National Portrait Gallery

    London
    The National Portrait Gallery (NPG) was the first portrait gallery in the world when it opened in 1856. The gallery houses a collection of portraits of historically important and well known British people. Works in the National Portrait Gallery include photographs, caricatures, paintings, drawings a
  26. Dover Castle22

    Dover Castle

    Dover
    Dover Castle is a museum in Dover. The museum features exhibits related to: archaeology, weapons and war and social history.
  27. Shakespeare's Birthplace and the Shakespeare Centre23

    Shakespeare's Birthplace and the Shakespeare Centre

    Stratford-upon-Avon
    Shakespeare's Birthplace and the Shakespeare Centre is a museum in Stratford-upon-Avon. The museum features exhibits related to: costume and textiles, decorative and applied art, archives, fine art, coins and medals, social history, medicine, personalities and archaeology. Key themes, people and exh
  28. Alnwick Castle24

    Alnwick Castle

    Alnwick
    Alnwick Castle is a museum in Alnwick. The museum features exhibits related to Weapons and War, Architecture, Fine Art and Film and Media. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include Harry Potter, Canaletto, Van Dyck and Titian.
  29. Osborne House25

    Osborne House

    East Cowes
    Osborne House is a museum in East Cowes, Isle of Wight. The museum features exhibits related to: archaeology, personalities, decorative and applied art, costume and textiles, weapons and war, fine art, natural sciences and world cultures.
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  31. The Roman Baths26

    The Roman Baths

    Bath
    The Roman Baths is a museum in Bath. The museum features exhibits related to: archaeology, decorative and applied art, social history, archives and coins and medals. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include: designated collection and beau nash.
  32. Castle Howard27

    Castle Howard

    York
    Built in 1699, Castle Howard is one of the country's finest historic houses and is still the private residence of the Howard family. Castle Howard features exhibits related to Decorative and Applied Art, Fine Art, Social History and Architecture. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include
  33. Anne Hathaway's Cottage28

    Anne Hathaway's Cottage

    Stratford-upon-Avon
    Anne Hathaway's Cottage is a museum in Stratford-upon-Avon. The museum features exhibits related to Fine Art, Literature, Social History, Decorative and Applied Art, Personalities and Costume and Textiles.
  34. Highclere Castle29

    Highclere Castle

    Newbury
  35. Waddesdon Manor30

    Waddesdon Manor

    Waddesdon
    Waddesdon Manor is a museum in Nr Aylesbury. The museum features exhibits related to: decorative and applied art, fine art and architecture.
  36. Imperial War Museum London31

    Imperial War Museum London

    London
    The Imperial War Museum London was founded in 1917 to show the impact war had on Britain and to show the progress in war-related technology the humanity has created. It tells the stories of people’s experiences of modern war and conflict. The museum has both temporary and permanent exhibitions. Them
  37. HMS Victory at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard32

    HMS Victory at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard

    Portsmouth
    HMS Victory at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is a museum in Portsmouth. The museum features exhibits related to: maritime, personalities, weapons and war and social history. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include: history of the georgian navy, the battle of trafalgar and admiral lord h
  38. Museum of Science and Industry33

    Museum of Science and Industry

    Manchester
    Museum of Science and Industry is a museum in Manchester. The museum features exhibits related to: industry, social history, costume and textiles, photography, archives, science and technology, aviation, land transport, trade and commerce, decorative and applied art and personalities. Key themes, pe
  39. Royal Pavilion34

    Royal Pavilion

    Brighton
    Royal Pavilion is a museum in Brighton & Hove. The museum features exhibits related to: architecture, social history, music, personalities, archives, fine art, costume and textiles and decorative and applied art. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include: designated collection.
  40. Brunel's SS Great Britain35

    Brunel's SS Great Britain

    Bristol
    Brunel's ss Great Britain is a museum in Bristol. The museum features exhibits related to: trade and commerce, land transport, science and technology, maritime, industry and social history.
  41. The Wallace Collection36

    The Wallace Collection

    London
    The Wallace Collection is an art collection that is housed in the Hertford House, the former townhouse of the Seymour family, Marquesses of Hertford. The collection consists of of fine and decorative arts from the 15th to the 19th centuries. Especially the holdings in the collection of 18th-century
  42. Beamish - The Living Museum of the North37

    Beamish - The Living Museum of the North

    Beamish
    Beamish - The Living Museum of the North is a museum in Beamish. The museum features exhibits related to: land transport, agriculture, social history, costume and textiles, industry, architecture and archives. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include: designated collection, masonic hall
  43. The Arsenal Museum38

    The Arsenal Museum

    London
    The Arsenal Museum is situated opposite turnstile E in the Northern Triangle Building. The museum holds many exhibits that were donated by former players who hold a special place in Arsenal’s history. Highlights include Jens Lehmann’s goalkeeper gloves that he wore in the season 2003/4, Michael Thom
  44. Bletchley Park39

    Bletchley Park

    Bletchley
    Bletchley Park is a museum in Milton Keynes. The museum features exhibits related to Archives, Science and Technology, Architecture, War, Personalities and Social History. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include The Road to Bletchley Park, Espionage, spies & spying, Codes and codebreak
  45. Historic Dockyard Chatham40

    Historic Dockyard Chatham

    Chatham
    Historic Dockyard Chatham is a museum in Chatham. The museum features exhibits related to: archaeology, social history, weapons and war, personalities, science and technology, archives, maritime, fine art and land transport.
  46. Manchester United Museum41

    Manchester United Museum

    Stretford
    Manchester United Museum is a museum in Manchester. The museum features exhibits related to: sport. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include: football.
  47. Salisbury Cathedral42

    Salisbury Cathedral

    Salisbury
  48. Stonehenge43

    Stonehenge

    Amesbury
    Stonehenge is a museum in Amesbury. The museum features exhibits related to: archaeology.
  49. Merseyside Maritime Museum44

    Merseyside Maritime Museum

    Liverpool
    The Merseyside Maritime Museum is a museum about the seafaring importance of Liverpool as a gateway to the world. The city’s seafaring heritage is brought to life within the historic Albert Dock. The collections held by the museum include objects associated with the social and commercial history of
  50. Museum of London45

    Museum of London

    London
    The Museum of London documents the history of London since prehistory to modern times, focusing on the social history of London and its inhabitants throughout time. The Museum of London holds the most extensive urban history collection in the world, with over six million objects. These objects that
  51. The Lost Gardens of Heligan46

    The Lost Gardens of Heligan

    Pentewan
    Heligan is one of the most mysterious estates in England. Lost to the brambles of time since the outbreak of WW1, this Sleeping Beauty was re-awakened in 1990 to become Europe’s largest garden restoration project. Today Heligan’s 200 acres are a paradise for the explorer, wildlife, plant lover and g
  52. The National Motor Museum47

    The National Motor Museum

    Beaulieu
    The National Motor Museum is a museum in Brockenhurst. The museum features exhibits related to: social history, costume and textiles, land transport, archives and personalities. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include: designated collection.
  53. Ashmolean Museum48

    Ashmolean Museum

    Oxford
    The Ashmolean is the University of Oxford’s museum of art and archaeology, founded in 1683. Our world famous collections are extraordinarily diverse, representing most of the world’s great civilisations, with objects dating from 8000 BC to the present day. Among many riches we have the world’s gr
  54. Science Museum49

    Science Museum

    London
    The Science Museum in London was founded in 1857 and currently holds over 300 000 exhibits, including famous exhibits as the first prototype of the 10,000-year Clock of the Long Now, documentation of the first typewriter, the oldest surviving steam locomotive, a working example of Charles Babbage's
  55. World Museum50

    World Museum

    Liverpool
    World Museum is the largest and oldest of the National Museums Liverpool, founded in 1851 when the 13th Earl of Derby left his substantial natural history collection to the city. Here you can discover treasures from around the world, explore outer space and meet live creatures. The collections of th
  56. Whitby Abbey51

    Whitby Abbey

    Whitby
    High on a cliff above the seaside town of Whitby are the gaunt remains of Whitby Abbey. Founded in 657 by St Hilda, Whitby Abbey has over the years been a bustling settlement, a kings' burial place, a home of saints and inspiration for Bram Stoker, author of Dracula. In the interactive visitor centr
  57. Black Country Living Museum52

    Black Country Living Museum

    Dudley
    Black Country Living Museum is a museum in Dudley. The museum features exhibits related to: archives, land transport, industry, costume and textiles, social history, science and technology, personalities and inland waterways. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include: historic buildings,
  58. Kenilworth Castle53

    Kenilworth Castle

    Kenilworth
    Kenilworth Castle and Elizabethan Garden features ruins that are best known as the home of Robert Dudley, the great love of Queen Elizabeth I. Dudley created an ornate palace here to impress his Queen in 1575. Follow in the footsteps of Queen Elizabeth I in the authentically recreated Elizabethan Ga
  59. Lincoln Castle54

    Lincoln Castle

    Lincoln
    By Norman times, Lincoln was the third city of the realm in prosperity and importance. In 1068, two years after the Battle of Hastings, William the Conqueror began building Lincoln Castle on a site occupied since Roman times. For 900 years the castle was used as a court and prison with many being
  60. Leeds Castle55

    Leeds Castle

    Maidstone
    Leeds Castle is a museum in Maidstone. The museum features exhibits related to Social History and Weapons and War.
  61. Royal Armouries56

    Royal Armouries

    Leeds
    Royal Armouries is a museum in Leeds. The museum features exhibits related to: weapons and war and archives.
  62. The Mary Rose57

    The Mary Rose

    Portsmouth
    The Mary Rose is a museum in Portsmouth. The museum features exhibits related to: personalities, medicine, weapons and war, social history, decorative and applied art, science and technology, coins and medals, music, maritime, costume and textiles and archaeology. Key themes, people and exhibits in
  63. St Michael's Mount58

    St Michael's Mount

    Marazion
    St Michael's Mount is a museum in Penzance. The museum features exhibits related to: archaeology, fine art, weapons and war, costume and textiles, maritime and decorative and applied art.
  64. Carisbrooke Castle59

    Carisbrooke Castle

    Newport
  65. IWM Duxford60

    IWM Duxford

    Duxford
    IWM Duxford is Europe’s largest air museum with over 300 aircraft and objects on display. Get up close to Spitfires and Hurricanes; see a portion of the original Wright Brother plane; walk through Concorde, feel dwarfed by the size of a B-52 and stand in awe of Europe’s only SR-71 Blackbird – the fa
  66. Coventry Transport Museum61

    Coventry Transport Museum

    Coventry
    Coventry Transport Museum houses the largest publicly owned collection of British vehicles in the world, and tells the fascinating story of Coventry and its people through the rise and fall of its biggest industry. Get within touching distance of some of the most amazing vehicles ever invented.
  67. Royal Air Force Museum, London62

    Royal Air Force Museum, London

    Edgware
    Royal Air Force Museum, London is a museum in London. The museum features exhibits related to: social history, archives, personalities, costume and textiles, weapons and war, science and technology and aviation.
  68. Treasurer's House, York63

    Treasurer's House, York

    York
    The Treasurer's House in York was bought by the grandson of a wealthy industrialist, Frank Green, in 1897 who made it a lavish show home out of it. He built a large collection of fine antiques, art and furniture. The house along with the complete collection and the garden is now owned and managed by
  69. Bolton Abbey64

    Bolton Abbey

    Bolton Abbey
    Bolton Abbey is in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales on the banks of the River Wharfe. With just under 30,000 acres of beautiful countryside, over 80 miles of footpaths and ample space to run around and enjoy the fresh air, there is something for all ages. Explore the ruins of the Priory and discover
  70. Blists Hill Victorian Town65

    Blists Hill Victorian Town

    Madeley
    Blists Hill Victorian Town is a museum in Telford. The museum features exhibits related to: social history, archives, costume and textiles, medicine, land transport and science and technology. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include: designated collection.
  71. Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery66

    Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

    Birmingham
    The Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery holds a collection of Pre-Raphaelite art that includes around 2000 fine and decorative pieces, from oil paintings, tapestries, drawings, sketchbooks, stained glass and related cartoons, to prints, illustrated books, watercolours, ceramics, and archive material.
  72. The Manchester City F.C Museum and Stadium Tour67

    The Manchester City F.C Museum and Stadium Tour

    Manchester
    The Manchester City F.C Museum and Stadium Tour is a museum in Manchester. The museum features exhibits related to: personalities, sport and social history. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include: history of manchester city football club.
  73. HMS Belfast68

    HMS Belfast

    London
    The HMS Belfas is a light cruiser that has been converted into a museum permanently moored on the Thames. Visitors are invited to explore the warship and learn what it was like to live on board from the Second World War to 1963. Visitors can explore all 9 decks of the ship and the museum includes in
  74. Tintagel Castle69

    Tintagel Castle

    Tintagel
  75. Warwick Castle70

    Warwick Castle

    Warwick
    Warwick Castle is a museum in Warwick. The museum features exhibits related to Social History, Architecture and Weapons and War.
  76. The Tank Museum71

    The Tank Museum

    Bovington
    The Tank Museum is a museum in Bovington. The museum features exhibits related to Science and Technology, Coins and Medals, Land Transport, Costume and Textiles, Photography, Social History, Personalities, Archaeology, Weapons and War, Fine Art and Archives. Key themes, people and exhibits in the mu
  77. Fountains Abbey72

    Fountains Abbey

    Ripon
    Cistercian abbey, Georgian water garden and medieval deer park.
  78. Tate Britain73

    Tate Britain

    London
    Tate Britain is the national gallery of British art from 1500 to the present day. Tate Britain houses an extensive collection of the art of the United Kingdom since Tudor times, and is known for its large holdings of the works of Turner. Other artists include David Hockney, Peter Blake and Francis B
  79. National Football Museum74

    National Football Museum

    Manchester
    National Football Museum is a museum in Manchester. The museum features exhibits related to: world cultures, design, social history and architecture.
  80. National Memorial Arboretum75

    National Memorial Arboretum

    Alrewas
  81. Bamburgh Castle76

    Bamburgh Castle

    Bamburgh
  82. The Fitzwilliam Museum77

    The Fitzwilliam Museum

    Cambridge
    The Fitzwilliam Museum houses over half a million artefacts and art from around the world. See everything from Egyptian coffins to Impressionist masterpieces; illuminated manuscripts to Renaissance sculpture; rare coins to Asian arts. Its internationally renowned collections are complemented by majo
  83. Imperial War Museum North78

    Imperial War Museum North

    Stretford
    Imperial War Museum North is a museum in Manchester. The museum features exhibits related to: aviation, social history, weapons and war and maritime.
  84. National Coal Mining Museum for England79

    National Coal Mining Museum for England

    Wakefield
    National Coal Mining Museum for England is a museum in Wakefield. The museum features exhibits related to: archives, fine art, industry, natural sciences, science and technology and social history.
  85. Hadrian's Wall and Housesteads Fort80

    Hadrian's Wall and Housesteads Fort

    Bardon Mill
    Hadrian's Wall and Housesteads Fort is a museum in Hexham. The museum features exhibits related to: archaeology.
  86. Cragside81

    Cragside

    Rothbury
    Lord and Lady Armstrong used their wealth, art and science in a most ingenious way, and Cragside house was the first in the world to be lit by hydroelectricity. Cragside features exhibits related to: costume and textiles, decorative and applied art, weapons and war, natural sciences, maritime, scien
  87. Birmingham Back to Backs82

    Birmingham Back to Backs

    Birmingham
    Birmingham Back to Backs is a restored 19th-century courtyard of working people's houses. It is Birmingham's last surviving court of back to back housing. The story is told through the experiences of the people who lived and worked here and covers four different periods, from 1840 to 1977. The desig
  88. North Yorkshire Moors Railway83

    North Yorkshire Moors Railway

    Pickering
    North Yorkshire Moors Railway is a museum in Pickering. The museum features exhibits related to: coins and medals, land transport and archives.
  89. Hever Castle and Gardens84

    Hever Castle and Gardens

    Hever
    700 years of history to be discovered at this 13th century double moated romantic castle, once the childhood home of Anne Boleyn and housing an important collection of Tudor portraits, fine furniture, tapestries and artefacts. The natural and formal gardens include Italian Gardens with a magnificent
  90. Wollaton Hall and Park85

    Wollaton Hall and Park

    Nottingham
    Wollaton Hall and Park is a museum in Nottingham. The museum features exhibits related to Archives, Science and Technology, Personalities, Decorative and Applied Art, Social History, Fine Art and Natural Sciences.
  91. Kents Cavern Prehistoric Caves86

    Kents Cavern Prehistoric Caves

    Torquay
    Kents Cavern Prehistoric Caves is a museum in Torquay. The museum features exhibits related to Archaeology. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include Geological formations and significant prehistoric finds and Palaeolithic caves.
  92. Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum87

    Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum

    London
    The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum is the largest tennis museum in the world and is located on the grounds of the All England Lawn Tennis Club. The museum contains a large collection of items and clothes, some of which date back to the 16th century. These items, ranging from many famous players from V
  93. Pitt Rivers Museum88

    Pitt Rivers Museum

    Oxford
    Pitt Rivers Museum is a museum in Oxford. The museum features exhibits related to: photography, world cultures, costume and textiles, music, religion, toys and hobbies, agriculture, weapons and war and archaeology. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include: the museum's displays contain
  94. Swanage Railway89

    Swanage Railway

    Swanage
    Swanage Railway is a six-mile heritage railway running from Swanage past Corfe Castle to a park & ride at Norden. It is primarily a steam-hauled service.
  95. Lanhydrock90

    Lanhydrock

    Bodmin
    Lanhydrock is a museum in Bodmin. The museum features exhibits related to: fine art, archives, decorative and applied art and social history.
  96. Corfe Castle91

    Corfe Castle

    Corfe Castle
    Corfe Castle is one of Britain's most iconic and evocative survivors of the English Civil War, partially demolished in 1646 by the Parliamentarians. A favourite haunt for adults and children alike, all ages are captivated by these romantic castle ruins with breath-taking views across Purbeck. Disc
  97. Eden Camp Modern History Theme Museum92

    Eden Camp Modern History Theme Museum

    Malton
    Experience the sights, sounds and smells of life on the Home Front and the Front Line in WW2, all set in the buildings and grounds of an original Prisoner of War camp.
  98. No 1 Royal Crescent93

    No 1 Royal Crescent

    Bath
    No 1 Royal Crescent is a museum in Bath. The museum features exhibits related to: fine art, social history, decorative and applied art and costume and textiles.
  99. JORVIK Viking Centre94

    JORVIK Viking Centre

    York
    The Jorvik Viking Centre is a museum and visitor attraction with lifelike mannequins and life-size dioramas depicting Viking life in York. The name of the museum is derived from the Old Norse name for the city of York. The remains of 1,000 year old houses that stood on the same grounds are revealed
  100. Royal Air Force Museum Cosford95

    Royal Air Force Museum Cosford

    Shifnal
    Royal Air Force Museum Cosford is a museum in Shifnal. The museum features exhibits related to: weapons and war, fine art, costume and textiles, archives, maritime, land transport, science and technology, social history and aviation.
  101. HMS Warrior 186096

    HMS Warrior 1860

    Portsmouth
    The pride of Queen Victoria, Warrior revolutionised warship construction. Powered by steam and sail, she was the largest and fastest ship of her day. Her most radical innovation was her citadel - an armoured box housing her guns.
  102. RHS Garden Harlow Carr97

    RHS Garden Harlow Carr

    Harrogate
    RHS Garden Harlow Carr is a museum in Harrogate. The museum features exhibits related to Fine Art, Coins and Medals, Decorative and Applied Art, Medicine, Archives, Social History and Natural Sciences.
  103. Manchester Museum98

    Manchester Museum

    Manchester
    Encounter Manchester Museum’s assortment of treasures from the natural world and the many cultures it is home to. It includes dinosaurs, mummies and live amphibians and reptiles. Manchester Museum features exhibits related to: archives, religion, costume and textiles, coins and medals, decorative an
  104. London Transport Museum99

    London Transport Museum

    London
    The London Transport Museum conserves and tries to explain the transport heritage of London. The majority of the exhibits in its collection originated in the collection of London Transport (the organisation that was responsible for the public transport network in London). Its collection has however
  105. The White Cliffs of Dover100

    The White Cliffs of Dover

    Guston
    The White Cliffs of Dover is a museum in Dover. The museum features exhibits related to: maritime.

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