One of the oldest regional museums in the country, founded in 1833. Housed in a listed Victorian building the museum has exhibits on the social and natural history of Worcestershire, and military displays on the Yeoman Cavalry and Worcestershire regiments.
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Newport Roman Villa- Newport, Isle of Wight, England
Remains of a Roman villa dating to 280AD. The best preserved part of the villa are its baths, but there are also very good examples of underfloor heating and mosaic floors to be seen. Tableaux depict life in Roman times, and there are exhibits of Roman finds from across the Isle of Wight. Seasonal opening. ... more