Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings (Worcestershire) Reviews
Description:Address: Stoke Heath / Bromsgrove / Worcestershire / B60 4JR / Tel: 01527 831363
Newest Review: ... two quite steep paths.) This space is a very good thing, as it means that the preserved buildings are allowed to breathe rather than being squashed together in the manner of an open-air display cabinet. It also allows special events to be held without crowding being an issue; for example, I visited on a day when there was a Wars of the Roses event going on, but there was still plenty of space ... more
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by - written on 02/09/10, updated on 02/09/10 (Very useful, 99 readings)
It's sometimes the case that travellers, in their understandable eagerness to visit exotic locales and see remarkable sights, can rather neglect the in many ways equally fascinating attractions that lie just a few miles from home. Even I, not someone who is the sort to go jet-setting around the globe, can certainly be guilty of this, and the case of Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings illustrates this perfectly. It's on the outskirts of Bromsgrove, not the most glamorous of towns by any means but one which lies just a few miles away from me, and so it is really rather shameful that until this year I had not been there in something like a decade. Avoncroft's ... Read the complete review
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