Ruddington, Nottingham NG11 6HA
This museum is housed within part of St Peter’s Rooms, which was Ruddington’s former Victorian school.
Founded in 1968, it explores retail life in late Victorian and early Edwardian Ruddington through a series of displays which recreate the village shops of yesteryear. These include the world’s oldest surviving fish and chip shop interior – relocated from the original premises on the corner of Ruddington High Street and The Green.
The Village Museum is open from Easter to the end of September.
10.00am – noon
Bank Holiday Mondays
2.00pm – 4.30pm
Adult admission is just £1.50 | Concessions £1.00 | Children over five 50p