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This unusual museum is housed in the almost 400 year-old schoolroom that featured in Thomas Hughes’ book ‘Tom Brown’s School Days’, and contains an interesting collection of artifacts and exhibits which help visitors to understand the history and archaeology of the area. Part of the museum is arranged to show how it would have appeared when operating as a school in Victorian times. The museum is open on weekends and bank holidays from Easter until the end of October, please see the website for further details on the opening hours.