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Links to Interesting Houses Sites

These are interesting links to general Houses pages on the internet. However, we also link to museum pages where available and provide links to clubs and shops on a reciprocal basis.

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Black Country Living Museum

Living recreations of the industrial past of the black country.


Castle Figures

A museum of scale model Elastolin figures for collectors and wargamers.


Cumberland Toy & Model Museum, The

Over 100 years of mainly British toys with many visitor operated exhibits including Hornby trains, Scalextric, Meccano, Lego, a 1950ís helicopter and even working card models.


East Anglian Life, Museum of

Museum of industrial and social life, including historic buildings.


English Rural Life (The Museum of)

Rural history including examples of agricultural equipment.


Garden History (Museum of)

A collection of garden tools and equipment along with a replica Knot garden.


Heligan Gardens

One of the greatest garden restoration projects in Europe. An Italian garden, Grotto, summerhouse, kitchen garden plus lots more.


Historical & Technical Societies, Museums & Tourist Lines


Irish Architectural Archive

Photographs, Drawings, Architectural Models and Literature


The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery

Four museums celebrate the people, products and landscape of the North Staffordshire Potteries - the only area in Britain to be so completely identified with one industry.


Wandle Industrial Museum, The

The Museum was established in 1983 by local people concerned by the decline along the banks of the River Wandle in Merton determined to ensure that the history of the valley was no longer neglected but enhanced awareness its heritage for the use and benefits of the community. The tobacco & textile industries, William Morris & Arthur Liberty.



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