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Museums in England

Museums in England is a link page for any museum in England by ceremonial county. In 2011 there were around 1,600 museums in England.[1] The Museums, Libraries and Archives Council is the national development agency for museums in England, and is a sponsored body of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.

Bedfordshire

See also Category:Museums in Bedfordshire.

Berkshire

See also Category:Museums in Berkshire.

City of Bristol

See also Category:Museums in Bristol.

Buckinghamshire

See also Category:Museums in Buckinghamshire.

Cambridgeshire

See also Category:Museums in Cambridgeshire.

Cheshire

See also Category:Museums in Cheshire.

Cornwall

See also Category:Museums in Cornwall.

Cumbria

See also Category:Museums in Cumbria.

Derbyshire

See also Category:Museums in Derbyshire.

Devon

See also Category:Museums in Devon.

Dorset

See also Category:Museums in Dorset.

County Durham

See also Category:Museums in County Durham.

East Riding of Yorkshire

See also Category:Museums in the East Riding of Yorkshire.

East Sussex

See also Category:Museums in East Sussex.

Essex

See also Category:Museums in Essex.

Gloucestershire

See also Category:Museums in Gloucestershire.

Greater London

See also Category:Museums in London.

Greater Manchester

See also Category:Museums in Greater Manchester.

Hampshire

See also Category:Museums in Hampshire.

Herefordshire

See also Category:Museums in Herefordshire.

Hertfordshire

See also Category:Museums in Hertfordshire.

Isle of Wight

See also Category:Museums on the Isle of Wight.

Kent

See also Category:Museums in Kent.

Lancashire

See also Category:Museums in Lancashire.

Leicestershire

See also Category:Museums in Leicestershire.

Lincolnshire

See also Category:Museums in Lincolnshire.

Merseyside

See also Category:Museums in Merseyside.

Norfolk

See also Category:Museums in Norfolk.

Northamptonshire

See also Category:Museums in Northamptonshire.

Northumberland

See also Category:Museums in Northumberland.

North Yorkshire

See also Category:Museums in North Yorkshire.

Nottinghamshire

See also Category:Museums in Nottinghamshire.

Oxfordshire

See also Category:Museums in Oxfordshire.

Rutland

See also Category:Museums in Rutland.

Shropshire

See also Category:Museums in Shropshire.

Somerset

See also Category:Museums in Somerset.

South Yorkshire

See also Category:Museums in South Yorkshire.

Staffordshire

See also Category:Museums in Staffordshire.

Suffolk

See also Category:Museums in Suffolk.

Surrey

See also Category:Museums in Surrey.

Tyne and Wear

See also Category:Museums in Tyne and Wear.

Warwickshire

See also Category:Museums in Warwickshire.

West Midlands

See also Category:Museums in the West Midlands (county).

West Sussex

See also Category:Museums in West Sussex.

West Yorkshire

See also Category:Museums in West Yorkshire.

Wiltshire

See also Category:Museums in Wiltshire.

Worcestershire

See also Category:Museums in Worcestershire.

See also

References

External links

  • Culture 24 — A Guide to British museums
  • The Museums Association - Organisation for Museum Professionals
  • Museum, Libraries and Archives Council
  • Visitor figures for Department of Culture, Media and Sport sponsored museums in England
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