British in India Museum
Hendon Mill, Hallam Road, Lancashire, North West England, BB9 8ADView on map
Two for the price of one.
The British in India Museum was opened in 1972 by Henry Nelson. Swords, kukris, commemorative boxes and plates, models carved in ivory, photographs, paintings, as well as a tiger skin shot in the Sauger area, Central India in 1915. Plus a whole host of other items too numerous to mention. No disabled access, please ring for details. Car parking is available. Directions: look out for 'Doorstep Self Storage' signs at the venue. Museum sign in on the gate post.
Telephone: 01282 613129