National Museums In Yorkshire
Situated on the site of a former prisoner of war camp, Camp Eden is a modern history Theme Museum with a difference. The unique historic setting helps provide a fascinating insight into life in World War II.
A free National Museum in Leeds, the Royal Armouries houses the National collection of arms and arnouries. Hands-on and interactve displays and regular demonstrations add to your visit.
One of six National Museums in Yorkshire, the Railway Museum offers an excellent day out for all ages, with over 300 years of history marked through trains, artefacts, interactive displays and an active events program.
Perhaps the ultimate hands-on and interactive museum, the Eureka National Children's Museum in Halifax offers a great play day out for all the family.
The National Coal Mining Museum offers a great day out for all ages come rain or shine. The Underground Tour travels 140m below into the coal mine using the original mine shaft and lift. The tour that follows is an exciting and unique view into the life of a miner at work.
Celebrating all forms of media, the National Media Museum in Bradford is home to the National Photgraphy collection, cinematography collection, television collection and new media collection.