Traditional Heritage Museum

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Traditional Heritage Museum: The collections are representative of typical local occupations and domestic scenes at various points during the second half of the nineteenth and the first half of the twentieth centuries. Principal collections include Pawnbrokers Shop, World War II Air Raid Wardens Post, Front Room, Corner Shop, High Class Grocery and Coffee/Tea Merchants Shop, Basketmakers , Shoe- and Clog-Making, Chemists, Opticians, Horn Scalepressing Workshop , Filemaking , Buffing , Knifegrinding, Childrens Toys and Games , Early 20th Century Kitchen, 1930s Front Room, Drawing Room, or Parlour, Tool Merchants Retail Shop, Cutlery Works Office of G Wostenholm, Electrical, Contractors Shop, Silversmiths and Engravers Retail Shop, Victorian/Early 20th Century Wash-house, Early 20th Century Childrens Nursery, and Muir Smith Puppet Collection.

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10, 65, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 88, 214, and 272 bus routes from the city centre to Ecclesall and the west.

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Open on the last Saturday of each month, except December, and on Bank Holiday Mondays in the spring and autumn, from 10.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.

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£1.50£1.00£1.00£4.00

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Address: Traditional Heritage Museum, 605 Ecclesall Road, Sheffield, Yorkshire, S11 8PR, UK
Phone: +44 114 268 1270
Email: j.widdowson@sheffield.ac.uk
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