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Butcher Row House Museum

Burgage Hall Church Lane, Ledbury HR8 1DW, England
+44 7977 781826
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a hidden gem

Run by volunteers for 40 yrs, this is a 2 storey building. Opens Good Fri – End Sept 11... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
sportybirmingham
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Birmingham, United Kingdom
Very interesting & informative.

A very interesting & informative local museum well worth a visit to find out more about the local... read more

Reviewed 9 September 2017
grahamcharles2016
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Ledbury, United Kingdom
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Burgage Hall Church Lane, Ledbury HR8 1DW, England
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Run by volunteers for 40 yrs, this is a 2 storey building. Opens Good Fri – End Sept 11 – 5pm October opens 11am – 3pm. Stair case on left hand side of building. Instruments in display case upstairs & some clothing too. Instrument called...More

Thank sportybirmingham
Reviewed 9 September 2017

A very interesting & informative local museum well worth a visit to find out more about the local area.

Thank grahamcharles2016
Reviewed 11 August 2017

It is well worth spending time here. There is so much to see in so small a space that it merits repeated visits so that you don't suffer from historical overload.

Thank pauln690
Reviewed 29 July 2017

This is a house that was moved from its original location and created as a museum of local history. Well worth a visit for anyone interested in local history. Kids love the old boot bath upstairs.

Thank Tomacork
Reviewed 28 July 2017

Lived near Ledbury for many years and occasionally pop into the town for a bite to eat and beer and have always walked passed this museum. But today, did actually venture in and have a look around this and the heritage centre across the street....More

Thank steve W
Reviewed 17 July 2017

A small museum of mostly Victorian artefacts located in Church Street which has free admission & a friendly custodian on hand.Located on 2 floors with a contribution box & small gifts to buy.Upstairs is accessed by very steep wooden stairs on a creaking uneven floor...More

Thank samsouthwell
Reviewed 30 May 2017

An interesting small museum of Victorian life. A fascinating boot shaped bath is located on the upper level, reached by a steep staircase. Entry to the museum is free, so making a financial donation should be the thing to do.

Thank Richard A
Reviewed 27 May 2017

This is a small local museum, free to enter. There is a helpful custodian, and some local artefacts. The most interesting thing for me was the building was once in the High Street, and was taken apart and reconstructed in its new location. There are...More

Thank John C
Reviewed 20 May 2017

A small, free museum run by volunteers with some interesting stuff. There is nothing to make you go 'wow', but it's worth half an hour of your time and deserves support.

1  Thank Jeff1903
Reviewed 9 May 2017 via mobile

A very small museum with free entrance (Donations requested) on two floors. The 1st floor has all the interesting paraphernalia but is hard to access if you have difficulties with steps and a low ceiling. Interesting place to visit for about ½ hour.

1  Thank purpletravelat
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