This is a very good museum. It is divided into two buildings, north and south. There are many restored models and street shops in the North building. The lighting changes synchronously, imitating the day and night. The south building shows the layout of various castles. It has medieval style and modern style. In addition, behind the museum, there are several damaged Museum sites, which are also worth walking.
The library has a collection of daily necessities for the past 400 years, including old TV sets, radios, washing machines and vacuum cleaners. It also introduces the life of Yorkers from 1580 to 1980, including street scenes and dwellings in Victorian and Edwardian styles. Visitors can also visit the prison where the famous robber Dick Tempin was confined or enter the Edwardian pub. There are bakeries, banks, bars and tailors in the old streets of real size, which make people feel like time is staggering. The Yorkshire Castle Museum consists of two old prison buildings. Each theme exhibition area provides different historical life records and collection exhibitions, including the evolution of household goods, clothing display, military weapons collection, and even the invention and manufacture of chocolate. All the way to Kirkgate, a Victorian street, there are bakeries, banks, bars, tailors on the old streets. Besides the appearance, the interior of the shop also shows the scene of the time, like a reset of time.
Real reproduction of Renaissance to 1950s British life panorama. It can be seen from this that the British have always been proud to think that they have led the fashion trend and modern civilization. This museum is a must for students who want to know about the changes in British life. It shows the changes of Yorkshire residents'lives over the past hundred years. Through various props, sounds and lights, you feel as if you are traveling through history.
Tickets are not cheap, 8 pounds, and the contents are not castles, reflecting the real life of the people at all times, bedrooms, children's toy rooms, kitchen furnishings, in addition to restoring some shops and executive agencies, such as police stations, candy shops, tailors'shops, etc. It is said that this place was rebuilt in the old prison site, you can find some old customs.
This museum is the most meticulous one that I have ever visited to restore the historical situation. The museum is divided into two parts according to the region. After buying tickets, the right-hand side goes upstairs, first is the narration of the War review and the simple layout of the relevant environment, more is the text content; next is a block simulating the sixties, all of which are the characters, food, toys and life of the time. Living supplies, etc. Connected with this part is the dungeon, each cell is introduced in the way of projected characters, some exhibits and text introduction in individual rooms. The left-hand side of the ticket counter goes up the stairs to begin with the decoration of medieval families, divided into a room and a room; then the Medieval Costume display, especially the shoe part; finally, the most wonderful medieval street scenery is restored, with street scenes and sound, and the most special is a medieval dressed actor, some shops can also visit. That's great. This museum is really unforgettable to me. I'll recommend it to my friends.
Museum has many interesting exhibitions, from Victorian streets, World War, life in the 1960s, chocolate, children's toys across all ages, and more. Here you can see some cells in the original prison. Children have a lot of places to play, and there are a lot of areas where they can interact.