Hertford Museum

4.5/5 based on 146 reviews
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Interactive exhibits ideal for inquisitive children 5+
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Lovely memories when I went in there as kids with my sister
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Well set out and very informative.
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Nice little collection!
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A must visit. Very interesting.
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Great venue and exhibition
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I visited on a wet day and it was nice to go somewhere interesting to learn more about the local area and dry out a little.

I was encouraged to check in using the Serco Track & Trace app. The museum is free to visit although you can make donations by cash and also contactless.

The museum has lots of different things to learn about if you are an adult or a child. I also enjoyed the Jacobean garden.

The museum is very user friendly for anyone whether they are able to use steps or not.

The second floor has more to explore and I was interested in the Addis collection. I never knew there were so many different toothbrushes!

There is a small area to buy gifts and the staff were all friendly and welcoming.
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Good Covid measures in place and a friendly welcome. No need to book as an individual. Free entry and a fascinating pared down insight to Hertford. The DANAD exhibition which is on until January 2021 is worth a visit.
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Small little museum of the Hertford area, Fee entry but donations are welcome. I think you should oay a visit even just for the little garden
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The people. The staff who answered my questions as I tried to learn more about the Hertford and early Brickendonbury that my great great grandparents lived in prior to emigrating to NZ in 1856 couldn't have been more helpful. A lovely small museum.
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I came here with my son and it had so much to look at and so interesting . Highly recommended it as it kept my son occupied . Its free which is a bonus. Lady on reception was so friendly and helpful!!
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Incredible service by a lovely staff at the museum who are friendly, knowledgeable and passionate about their job. Thanks to Holly and Sara for their help.
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It is free to enter with a recommended donation of £2. It has some weird and wonderful bits however does not really offer a history of Hertford as I was expecting - so a let down.
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Small but the most interesting place in the town.
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Great example of a small local museum. Just the sort of place to have a little wander around. Recommended
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Lovely helpful staff, very welcoming. Interesting exhibits well displayed with good local information.
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Nice little shop, clean and a great overall experience.
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I love this museum. It's got a little shop and quite a lot of artifacts from Britain and the rest of the world. There's a hands on children's area to keep little ones busy.
My daughter likes to go there when in hertford and each time I see something I missed from a different visit. Recommend heading there if in Hertford Town.
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Nice friendly small local museum.
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Go in. It's full of interesting treasures. Well run and friendly
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great day out
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Well maintained with pleasant staff. I live here in Hertford so the kids enjoy the periodic displays that are put on.
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Great little place , very polite and friendly staff, alot of local history, and other stuff from around the world, well worth a visit and a lovely little garden , nice time if you have a hour to kill
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The museum is located in a historic house from the 17th.? century. There is no entry charge. the town of Hertford is famous for a palace which no longer exists and a toothbrush factory. All the items are well described and well presented and there are some technologically presented items such as the oral history.
It is well worth a visit.
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Small museum with many interesting items. Museum stores open on some Saturdays very interesting, lots of relics. Old bikes etc Roman artfacts
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