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The Victorian Schoolroom contains desks and other memorabilia from the period.

Open daily from April to end October, closed on Saturdays and Mondays, admission charges apply.

Type of Museum: Genral Museum Country: Somerset, England Owned / Operated by: Charity No.

1106989 Address: Claverton Manor, Bath BA2 7BD Set in 120 acre grounds and housed in historic Claverton Manor, the museum first opened its doors to the public in 1961.

Type of Museum: Local Museum Country: Suffolk, England Owned / Operated by: Registered Charity Address: The Moot Hall, Aldeburgh IP15 5DS Set within the 16th century timber-framed Moot Hall, the museum tells the story of the sea-side town of Aldeburgh from the earliest settlers until the present day.

Open afternoons Apr to Oct, admission charges apply.

Open Wed, Thur, Sat & Sun afternoons between late spring to early autumn, admission charges apply.

Transport museums include the fascinating STEAM, the Museum of the Great Western Railway at Swindon, a must for fans of the great steam engines of the past, as well as the Hovercraft Museum at Lee-on-the-Solent in Hampshire.

Aviation museums include the Royal Air Force Museum at Cosford in Shropshire, home to more than 70 iconic, historic aircraft.

Open weekend and bank holidays Mar – Oct, admission charges apply.

Type of Museum: Local Museum Country: Yorkshire, England Owned / Operated by: Leeds City Council Address: Abbey Walk, Kirkstall, Leeds LS5 3EH Set in the gatehouse of the ruined Kirkstall Abbey, the ground floor of the local history museum has been set out as an area of authentic Victorian streets, complete with a range of shops and services, including the original shop fittings.