Mansfield Museum

February, 2019

Mansfield Museum, Nottinghamshire, England

 

Mansfield Museum is a small, local collection.  It began when William Edward Bailey donated his collection of artefacts along with a building in which to house them and the Mansfield Museum was born.

Entry is free and suitable for all ages. There are some facilities available with parking nearby (paid).  They have regular exhibitions and a gift shop.

     

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    By Mansfieldmuseum1 – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0Y-SA 3.0

    Official Information

    For the more details and the latest news on opening times and visiting information, please look at their website: Mansfield Museum.

    Mansfield Museum

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