Bass Museum (Burton-upon-Trent) Reviews
Description:Brewery Museum. Horninglow Street,Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire. DE14 1YQ. tel = 01283 511000
Newest Review: ... You are given a coloured plan of the site, which has been very well prepared. so it is easy to find your way around. The first part of the museum is the story of brewing. There is an information leaflet showing the brewing process and I would suggest you pick up one of these as it puts all the exhibits into context. There is also a video show in this section which talks through the brewing ... more
Customer Bass Museum (Burton-upon-Trent) Reviews (1)
by - written on 30/05/01, updated on 30/05/01 (Very useful, 106 readings)
I suppose we have all drunk a little drop of that brown liquid but just how is beer made? The Bass Museum in Burton upon Trent has been set up to show the story of brewing and the history of the Bass company. There are also a whole collection of other attractions at the museum that make it a very interesting day out. The brown visitor direction signs are all over Burton so the museum is easy to find and it has a large free car park behind the museum. (Do remember to pick up a token on your way out from the museum as only visitors to the museum can get out of the car park free). Admission to the museum is £4.95 for adults, £2.50 for children, ... Read the complete review
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