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  1. Roman Baths Museum
    The official site provides a guide to Roman Britain, the thermal springs at Bath, an online virtual tour and information for visitors.
    http://www.romanbaths.co.uk/

  2. The Freud Museum
    Home of Sigmund and his daughter, now a museum containing Freud's library and collection of antiquities.
    http://www.freud.org.uk/

  3. National Coal Mining Museum
    The museum gives the visitor the opportunity to go 450ft down one of the oldest working mines in England. History, information on events and facilities, and visitor details.
    http://www.ncm.org.uk/

  4. Creswell Crags - Home of the Ice Age Hunter
    Creswell Heritage Trust provides an illustrated guide to this limestone gorge honeycombed with caves which have yielded evidence of life during the last Ice Age. Visitor information.
    http://www.creswell-crags.org.uk/

  5. Butser Ancient Farm
    Replica of an Iron Age farm circa 300 BC, with buildings, animals and crops. Both a museum and an open-air laboratory for research into the Iron Age and Roman periods. Photos, information for visitors and schools.
    http://www.butser.org.uk/

  6. Pitt Rivers Museum
    At the School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography in Oxford houses archaeological and ethnographic objects from all parts of the world. History and collections, visitor information.
    http://www.prm.ox.ac.uk/

  7. The Science Museum
    Opened in 1857 to house collections of transport, agricultural machinery, photography, film and television.
    http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/
    Categories: Museums, Museums, National Museums, National Museums, Science, Science and Environment
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  8. Dover Roman Painted House
    Roman archaeological site discovered in 1970 by the Kent Archaeological Rescue Unit. Includes hours of operation, admission fees and directions. Located in Dover, UK.
    http://www.aboutbrit...npaintedhse.htm

  9. Bletchley Park
    The official web site of The Bletchley Park Trust.
    http://www.bletchleypark.org.uk/

  10. The Museum of Power
    Overview and pictures of the museum dedicated to all forms of power, from steam to electric, housed in the Steam Pumping Station at Langford in Essex.
    http://www.museumofpower.org.uk/

  11. Durham Mining Museum
    History and culture of the coal mining industry in the North of England. Includes details of fatalities, disaster and collieries and pits.
    http://www.dmm.org.uk/

  12. The Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery
    Exhibitions include Romans in Scotland during the first century AD, with emphasis on the Antonine Wall frontier.
    http://www.hunterian.gla.ac.uk/

  13. Flag Fen
    At Easter and in the Summer archaeologists can be seen excavating this unique site, where waterlogging has preserved evidence of a prehistoric way of life. Iron Age and Bronze Age Roundhouses have been reconstructed. Rare breed animals. Visitor information.
    http://www.flagfen.com/

  14. The Whipple Museum of the History of Science
    Collections, exhibitions, publications. University of Cambridge, UK.
    http://www.hps.cam.ac.uk/whipple/
    Categories: Libraries and Museums, Museums, Science, Science and Environment
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  15. Oxford University Museum of Natural History
    Details of the collections, temporary and permanent exhibits, forthcoming conferences, half term activities, opening times.
    http://www.oum.ox.ac.uk/

  16. Sygun Copper Mine
    Situated in the Snowdonia National Park, North Wales, where there are winding tunnels and large, colourful chambers. Brief information about the mine, and about the stalactite and stalagmite formations.
    http://www.syguncoppermine.co.uk/

  17. The Mary Rose
    Raised from the sea and on display at Portsmouth, this Tudor warship made waves in nautical archaeology. Detailed, scholarly history, photographs, description, visitor information.
    http://www.maryrose.org/

  18. Kidderminster's Carpet Heritage
    Presenting the local history of woven carpets in Kidderminster. Exhibitions in The Weaver's Loft include a working handloom, steam-powered ship's whistle, scale model of a Brussels loom, a wooden model of the hand knotting Turkey Work upright loom and a reproduction of a mill steam engine. Located in the UK.
    http://www.carpetmuseum.co.uk/

  19. Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology
    Antiquities collections range from Palaeolithic to Victorian, from Egypt to Britain.
    http://www.ashmolean.org/

  20. British Lawnmower Museum
    Houses over 200 vintage lawnmowers. Includes photos from exhibits, a staff directory, services provided, special exhibits, and a gift shop. Located in Lancashire, UK.
    http://www.lawnmowerworld.co.uk/

  21. Modern History Sourcebook Women Miners in the English Coa...
    An account of women and girls working in British coal mines in 1842.
    http://www.fordham.e...omenminers.html

  22. Museum of Victorian Science
    Features a virtual tour of Dr. Frankenstein's laboratory, display of working Geissler, Bouquet, Railway and early x-ray tubes, and electric flame-laden demonstrations. Visits by appointment only. Includes directions. Located in North Yorkshire, United Kingdom.
    http://www.museumofv...nscience.co.uk/

  23. The Manchester Museum
    Features collections and galleries of animal life, plants, rocks and minerals, and prehistoric life, an aquarium and a vivarium. Includes details of exhibits, hours, services, events, programs, and directions to the location in Manchester, UK.
    http://www.museum.manchester.ac.uk/

  24. Cleveland Ironstone Mining Museum
    Vistor information including opening times, map, and bookings. Includes map of ironstone mines and industry history. Located in Skinningrove, Cleveland.
    http://www.ironstonemuseum.co.uk/

  25. Vindolanda and the Roman Army Museum
    Roman fort and settlement by Hadrian's Wall. Provides a visitor's guide, excavation news, FAQs, volunteerism, opening times, rates and directions.
    http://www.vindolanda.com/

  26. Kilmartin House Museum
    Archaeology museum on the West Coast of Scotland. An interactive map leads to photographs, description and bibliography for 150 sites scattered over the rich archaeological landscape of the Kilmartin Valley. Also feature on ancient music.
    http://www.kilmartin.org/