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Cawthorne Victoria Jubilee Museum

Cawthorne Victoria Jubilee Museum - exterior
Cawthorne Victoria Jubilee Museum - interior 1
Cawthorne Victoria Jubilee Museum - interior 2

Address

Taylor Hill,
Cawthorne,
Barnsley,
South Yorks,
S75 4HQ

Contact

Tel: 01226 790545

Website

The museums doesn't currently have its own website but they do have theor own entry at the About Britain website

Directions

Click the icon in the map and select "directions" at the bottom of the box.

(The postcode for the centre of
Penistone is S36 6AR.)

Distance from Penistone: 5.7 miles / 14 min

Details

2018 Opening Times:

25th March to 28th October

Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays 2pm to 5pm

Group visits anytime by appointment

Telephone Mary 01226 790545 or Peter 01225 790246

The exhibition this year is "REFLECTIONS THROUGH TIME" AN EXHIBITION OF CAWTHORNE AND ITS PEOPLE THROUGH THE YEARS

From the museum's entry in the About Britain website:

The museum is a typical Victorian hotch potch and we wouldn't have it any other way. Whichever way you turn there is something to interest and catch your eye.

A voluntary committee of sixteen villagers run the Museum and decide general policy. Their work is monitored by the body of Trustees and help with stewardship is given by some of the members of the Society.

School parties are taken round the museum during the week and adult groups often visit, especially summer evenings when if requested we can arrange for the Church to be open for the visit.

...(There are) Butterflies and moths, birds and eggs, fossils, stuffed animals, paintings, domestic bygones, war time relics, old school books and memorabilia, a collection of souvenir china, bottles, a cheetah (stroked by many children over the years), a two headed lamb, a mongoose locked in deadly combat with a cobra, a 9 1/2 pound gall stone from a horse (we now know that horses do not have gall bladders, but we like to keep the story, and the stone is from a horses intestine), a figure of John Wesley made from a whale's vertebra, coins and medals, stereoscope, a man-trap, Victorian coffin bier - the list could go on.

Read more at www.aboutbritain.com/CawthorneMuseum.htm

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