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Having lived in the area for over 40 years it was about time". Went with our village History Society. Wide variety of exhibits - enough to satisfy any interest - my own is trains and transport but the whole experience was ofr great interest.
Exploring this tiny old house is a delight in itself. Lots of things for children to do. Displays, changed at frequent intervals to display different items from the collection, are crowded and jumbled together; but that's part of the old-world charm of the place. I'm...更多
This is a small museum with a £5 per person entry fee. Pleasant ladies at reception. Interesting very small exhibition concerning Agatha Christie and her second husband Max Mallowan which I think could be made more of. A tiny section of Midsommer Murders. Slightly more...更多
My husband and I were invited for a viewing of three new exhibitions and as it was our first time, we were delighted and surprised at how lovely warm and welcoming the staff and volunteers whom run the museum were. We were especially interested in...更多
Was very much looking forward to visiting this museum but unfortunately we choose to visit on our last morning in Wallingford. It does not open till 2.00pm, very poor show indeed!
We recently visited the Wallingford Museum. They have a room devoted to Agatha Christie fans. That's why I went, but there are lots of other good exhibits there, too. Wallingford has lots of history associated with it. it's certainly worth a stop.
Small museum, in Wallingford, detailing the history of the area and celebrating it's association with Agatha Christie and the filming of Midsommer Murders. The building is called Flint house which gives you a clue to it's construction. The museum takes you through a time line...更多