3 edition of Curtis Museum, Alton, Hampshire, 1855-1955 found in the catalog.
Curtis Museum, Alton, Hampshire, 1855-1955
|Statement||With an appreciation of William Curtis as a geologist by C.P. Chatwin.|
|LC Classifications||QH71.C9 C8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||56046147|
Curtis Museum: There is more to Alton than meets the eye and this museum shows it - See 48 traveler reviews, 21 candid photos, and great deals for Alton 48 TripAdvisor reviews. The Curtis Museum was founded in by Dr William Curtis and houses one of the finest local history collections in Hampshire The Town Gardens contains a bandstand (built in for the Silver Jubilee of King George V), a children's playground, flower beds, trees and shrubs ( acres (18, m 2)).Bandstand replaced to commemorate.
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Soak up the history at this charming market town in Hampshire. Visit the Curtis museum and admire its historical artefacts or go to Jane Austen's House nearby and see where she wrote her novels and spent the final years of her life before you head back to one of these Alton campsites. Curtis Museum, Alton: See 48 reviews, articles, and 21 photos of Curtis Museum, ranked No.7 on Tripadvisor among 14 attractions in Alton TripAdvisor reviews.
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By car: the Curtis Museum is located near the centre of Alton. There is public pay and display parking nearby. By rail: Alton railway station is within walking distance of the museum. By bus: Alton is served by buses from surrounding major towns. All buses terminate at Alton railway station, which is a five minute walk from the museum.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : William Hugh Curtis. The Curtis Museum in Alton, is a local history museum in Hampshire, England.
The museum was founded in by Dr William Curtis (–). Inownership of the museum was transferred to the Hampshire Cultural Trust as part of a larger transfer of museums from Hampshire County Council and Winchester City Council.
The Curtis Museum, Alton, Hampshire, – The First Hundred Years of a Small Museum. By William Hugh Curtis. vii + 55 + 10 plates. (Alton: Curtis Museum, ) 6s.
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Please choose a different date. Step into a world Curtis Museum Jane Austen during a day trip from London to Hampshire, the 18th-century novelist’s home. 48 TripAdvisor reviews. Curtis Museum. likes. Alton's local history museum, part of Hampshire Cultural Trust.
The Curtis Museum in Alton, is a local history museum in Hampshire, England. The museum was founded in by Dr William Curtis (–). Inownership of the museum was transferred to the Hampshire Cultural Trust as part of a larger transfer of museums from Hampshire County Council and Winchester City Council.
Alton Hampshire GU34 1BA. Website. Email. Tel: Share. Share this with. About. Step inside the Curtis Museum to discover one of the finest local history collections in Hampshire, exploring million years of the region’s past.
Highlights of the museum displays include the Alton Buckle, the finest piece of Anglo-Saxon. Glenn H. Curtiss Museum, located within the Finger Lakes in Hammondsport, NY, is more then just an aviation museum on aircraft history it also includes a significant motorcycle collection of early motorcycles including vintage / antique motorcycles and Hammondsport history.
Curtis Museum in Alton High Street - Located in:Museums Explore the UK - the best places to visit on Freedom2Explore The Curtis Museum explores million years of history in the area.
Displays at Curtis include ones on prehistoric tools, Saxon burials, Roman pottery, and the Battle of m 2 Explore gives you the opportunity to find out about all sorts of. Curtis Museum, Alton: See 48 reviews, articles, and 21 photos of Curtis Museum, ranked No.7 on Tripadvisor among 14 attractions in Alton/ TripAdvisor reviews.
Booking your visit is free. Timed visits to the Allen Gallery take place at am, pm and pm. Please book a visiting time for each member of your party, including children.
Book your visiting time. Your visit will give you two hours to explore the museum and its grounds. Our team will give you 10 minutes notice before your visit is. Get this from a library. The Curtis Museum, Alton, Hampshire,the first hundred years of a small museum.
[William Curtis]. Get this from a library. The Curtis Museum, Alton, Hampshire, The first hundred years of a small museum. By William Hugh Curtis With an appreciation of William Curtis as a geologist by C.P.
Chatwin. [With plates.]. [William Hugh CURTIS; Curtis Museum (ALTON, Hampshire)]. William Curtis (–), a geologist and natural historian, founded the Curtis Museum at Alton, Hampshire in ; he collected many of the museum specimens locally, but also received material from elsewhere in the UK and abroad.
1 The museum became a favoured meeting place for some renowned scientists, including the ornithologist John Gould. the Curtis Museum at 11am offering an escorted walking tour around Alton. You’ll find the Curtis Museum and Allen Gallery both have local gifts to buy, along with a number of other lifestyle shops in the town centre.
Alton also boasts a wide range of supermarkets including Sainsbury’s, Marks and Spencer, Waitrose, Iceland, Tesco Express. Curtis Museum, Attractions in Alton, Hampshire. Huge choice of Attraction across Hampshire. Home Today Book Hotels Search Curtis Museum High Street Alton Hampshire GU34 1BA email Click for phone Write a review.
Details. Months Open:. Curtis Museum in the High Street. Please telephone Alton Community Centre on for further information and to book a tour. St Lawrence Church 6 • alton official pocket guide – PLACES OF INTEREST. The Curtis Museum hits the right notes Finding a museum as good as this in a relatively small town is a joy.
The Curtis Museum is a medium sized museum with enough interest to keep you occupied for up to an on: Curtis Museum High Street. The Curtis Museum was founded in by Dr William Curtis and houses one of the finest local history collections in Hampshire The Town Gardens contains a bandstand (built in for the Silver Jubilee of King George V), a children's playground, flower beds, trees and shrubs ( acres (18, m 2)).
The Grave of Fanny Adams in the Cenetery at Alton, Hampshire. Curtis Museum. The Curtis Museum was founded by William Curtis an avid collector of all things relating to natural history.
Initially the museum occupied the first floor of the present building that was constructed to house the Alton Mechanics Institute which he helped establish in.
William Curtis founded the Curtis Museum, Alton, Hampshire in ; it became a renowned meeting place for some of the most eminent scientists of the day.