Portland Basin Museum (Ashton-under-Lyne) Reviews
Description:Museum in Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester.
Newest Review: ... well before it became a fad these days, giving tips on how it was actually done in the past, with a rather interesting look into the 'make do and mend' policy back in World War 2. Also on this floor there is a rather nice surprise which consists of a 1920's street look which lets you walk down a 1920's street, passing such buildings as a shop, chippy, school, a house itself, a church and a ... more
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by - written on 13/09/11 (Very useful, 70 readings)
Over the passed few weeks, due to the fact the kids were on that seriously long holiday from school, I mean, 6 weeks trying to find something to do to stop the kids getting bored, I have racked my brain in the hope of finding something to do or somewhere to go so family life would run smooth and stress free. So, with extra times off from work, and the monthly wage running a little low, I was quite happy when I heard about a place which my kids may find of interest, and, which was music to my ears, it was free to get into. The place that a friend told me about was in fact a museum and was situated in a town I have visited several times but didn't know that this ... Read the complete review
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