Brewhouse Yard Museum (Nottingham) Reviews
Description:Castle Boulevard, Nottingham. NG1 1FB. tel = 0115 915 3600
Newest Review: ... and shops are all original and are set up in such a way to be totally realistic. In the living room you can even smell the coal burning on the open fire. At the back of the houses the rooms have been extended into the sandstone caves which depict how the local people used to use the caves for storage and living in. The whole museum is very interesting and often you find yourself thinking, we ... more
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by - written on 13/07/01, updated on 13/07/01 (Very useful, 125 readings)
A short walk from the centre of Nottingham is the Brewhouse Yard Museum. This is a wonderful museum depicting life in Nottingham over the past 300 years. The museum is set in a row of five 17th Century cottages and is a collection of rooms with each one depicting a different aspect of local life. The rooms are set out as original rooms from Nottingham homes, or as local shops such as a chemist, a cobblers, a pawnbrokers, a music shop and a hairdressers. The items in the rooms and shops are all original and are set up in such a way to be totally realistic. In the living room you can even smell the coal burning on the open fire. At the back of the houses ... Read the complete review
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