Museum of the Manchester Regiment (Ashton under Lyne) Reviews
Newest Review: ... museum has different exhibitions on, changing every so often, when we went the exhibition was something called 'A stitch in time', which shows hand stitched tapestry's which are made from patches of different colours and meanings. There are several galleries which have an array of picture hanging everywhere, each one telling the story of the soldiers lives in a clear photographic manner, the pictures cover such things as the Crimean war, American Independence and both World Wars. There are also pictures showing how the soldiers managed there day to day lives too. Apart from the pictures there are also nearly 2000 medals and a lot more t... more
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by - written on 13/10/11 (Very useful, 29 readings)
I have been visiting places recently, especially over the schools summer holidays as my kids tend to get bored quite easily if we're trapped in the house all the time, which leads to them arguing and fighting with each other. So, the wife and I have had to find things to entertain them, looking for things that cost the least amount as times are hard these days, as you know. Anyway, we discovered a few places that are a nice low price to visit, with one or two places actually offering free admission, and it is one of those free admission places that I am going to tell you about today. The place I am talking about is called the Museum of Manchester Regiment ... Read the complete review
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