Types of Museums

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Malton has many different kinds of museum; different decorative items can be found in each.

There are also lists of museums by suburb and plain

Painting Museums

Conceptual Art Museums

  1. Conceptual Painting
  2. Fire-Damaged Painting
  3. Torn Painting
  • its collection of work by conceptual artists now thick with dust
  1. The Colbourne Museum (64, 92) in Hollomstown
  2. The Cornelius Museum (37, 78) in Greentown
  3. The Cranfield Museum (23, 21) in Darvall Heights
  4. The Darknell Museum (35, 14) in Shuttlebank
  5. The Deanesly Museum (16, 2) in Jensentown
  6. The Dudridge Museum (66, 17) in Raines Hills
  7. The Edridge Museum (80, 8) in Rhodenbank
  8. The Estmond Museum (7,56) in Grigg Heights
  9. The Fowles Museum (39, 3) in West Boundwood
  10. The Genge Museum (96, 38) in Paynterton
  11. The Gotch Museum (14, 35) in West Becktown
  12. The Griff Museum (42, 27) in Brooke Hills
  13. The Grose Museum (92, 50) in Dentonside
  14. The Heal Museum (1, 34) in Dunell Hills
  15. The Ive Museum (17, 13) in Judgewood
  16. The Sunderland Museum (91, 11) in Pescodside
  17. The Thornhill Museum (35, 59) in Shore Hills
  18. The Wilson Museum (50, 83) in West Grayside
  19. The Wimble Museum (92, 58) in Dentonside
  • its collection of conceptual paintings now thick with dust
  1. The Charbonnier Museum (40, 81) in Kinch Heights
  2. The Edgecombe Museum (10, 67) in Mornington
  3. The Finchley Museum (98, 44) in Starlingtown
  4. The Franklin Museum (4, 91) in New Arkham
  5. The Galavin Museum (25, 46) in Lukinswood
  6. The Gilling Museum (30, 49) in Havercroft
  7. The Gillman Museum (60, 43) in Pimbank
  8. The Goodwyn Museum (65, 93) in Hollomstown
  9. The Hanson Museum (63, 23) in Huntley Heights
  10. The Harris Museum (53, 10) in Millen Hills
  11. The Hasell Museum (65, 14) in Raines Hills
  12. The Hebdon Museum (16, 12) in Judgewood
  13. The Henson Museum (86, 20) in Gibsonton
  14. The Hewlet Museum (30, 63) in Brooksville
  15. The Hockey Museum (4, 20) in Peddlesden Village
  16. The Horsey Museum (55, 65) in Shackleville
  17. The Isgar Museum (82, 54) in Pegton

European Art Museums

  1. European Painting
  2. Fire-Damaged Painting
  3. Torn Painting
  • its collection of European paintings now thick with dust
  1. The Newborough Museum (93, 90) in Miltown
  2. The Peerless Museum (89, 25) in Gibsonton
  3. The Perriott Museum (42, 60) in Mockridge Heights
  4. The Ramsay Museum (91, 66) in Houldenbank
  5. The Rhoden Museum (42, 51) in Galbraith Hills
  6. The Rosser Museum (86, 58) in Pegton
  7. The Russel Museum (9, 49) in Owsleybank
  8. The Ruxton Museum (56, 94) in Wyke Hills
  9. The Smail Museum (28, 34) in East Becktown
  10. The Stock Museum (32, 86) in Dartside
  • its selection of European art now thick with dust
  1. The Shenton Museum (9,62) in Crooketon
  2. The Spenser Museum (89, 7) in Rhodenbank
  3. The Summers Museum (68, 89) in East Grayside
  4. The Talbot Museum (30, 15) in Shuttlebank
  5. The Tiplot Museum (15, 29) in Chudleyton
  6. The Truell Museum (62, 53) in Roftwood
  7. The Tudgay Museum (77, 37) in Heytown
  8. The Vick Museum (88, 21) in Gibsonton

Abstract Art Museums

  1. Abstract Painting
  2. Fire-Damaged Painting
  3. Torn Painting
  • its selection of abstract art ransacked by looters
  1. The Bane Museum (75, 73) in Gulsonside
  2. The Bawn Museum (16, 37) in West Becktown
  3. The Bodd Museum (97, 96) in Miltown
  4. The Boon Museum (3, 84) in Foulkes Village
  5. The Coy Museum (73, 96) in Danversbank
  • its collection of work by abstract artists now thick with dust
  1. The Lentill Museum (79, 10) in Pashenton
  2. The Linnett Museum (4,52) in Grigg Heights
  3. The Madill Museum (24, 44) in Lukinswood
  4. The Mechel Museum (49, 92) in Buttonville
  5. The Mesney Museum (55, 48) in Ridleybank

African Art Museums

  1. African Painting
  2. Fire-Damaged Painting
  3. Torn Painting
  • its selection of African art ransacked by looters
  1. The Austwick Museum (12, 45) in Molebank
  2. The Ayliffee Museum (85, 73) in Osmondville
  3. The Barclay Museum (17, 1) in Jensentown
  4. The Beacham Museum (27, 83) in Lockettside
  5. The Bingham Museum (59, 32) in Roachtown
  6. The Borland Museum (13, 6) in Jensentown
  7. The Burrows Museum (35, 68) in Brooksville
  8. The Byfield Museum (47, 73) in Tapton
  9. The Cocker Museum (67, 37) in Randallbank
  10. The Corben Museum (14, 55) in Reganbank
  11. The Cother Museum (9, 41) in Owsleybank
  12. The Coymer Museum (23, 8) in Quarlesbank
  13. The Craske Museum (79, 37) in Heytown
  • its selection of African art ransacked by looters
  1. The Currie Museum (82, 86) in Pennville
  2. The Dimon Museum (15, 48) in Molebank
  3. The Durie Museum (70, 99) in Danversbank
  4. The Eden Museum (43, 86) in Kinch Heights
  5. The Egan Museum (12, 56) in Reganbank
  • its collection of African paintings ransacked by looters
  1. The Bowle Museum (59, 65) in Shackleville
  2. The Bratt Museum (83, 54) in Pegton
  3. The Cari Museum (72, 80) in Scarletwood

Contemporary Art Museums

  1. Contemporary Painting
  2. Fire-Damaged Painting
  3. Torn Painting
  • its selection of contemporary art now thick with dust
  1. The Halberry Museum (96, 24) in Dunningwood
  2. The Innalls Museum (40, 10) in Yagoton
  3. The Jewell Museum (97, 11) in Pescodside
  4. The Keane Museum (59, 61) in Shackleville
  5. The Keats Museum (93, 15) in Pescodside
  6. The Legg Museum (32, 15) in Shuttlebank
  7. The Lord Museum (0,77) in Nixbank
  • its collection of contemporary paintings now thick with dust
  1. The Vellacott Museum (3, 19) in Roywood
  2. The Welsford Museum (44, 26) in Brooke Hills
  3. The Woodyatt Museum (17, 61) in Mornington
  4. The Wybrants Museum (76, 75) in Gulsonside

Cubist Art Museums

  1. Cubist Painting
  2. Fire-Damaged Painting
  3. Torn Painting
  • its collection of work by cubist artists ransacked by looters
  1. The Zwanenburg Museum (61, 86) in East Grayside

Sculpture Museums

Cubist Sculpture Museums

  1. Cubist Sculpture
  2. Cracked Sculpture
  3. Headless Statue
  • its collection of cubist sculpture ransacked by looters
  1. The Baskcomb Museum (54, 63) in Shackleville
  2. The Bearnard Museum (24, 0) in Quarlesbank
  3. The Berkeley Museum (28, 38) in East Becktown
  4. The Browning Museum (31, 90) in Williamsville
  5. The Challes Museum (25, 11) in Gatcombeton
  6. The Chanter Museum (85, 21) in Gibsonton
  7. The Claxton Museum (28, 69) in North Blythville
  8. The Custard Museum (80, 58) in Pegton
  9. The Darley Museum (27, 30) in East Becktown
  10. The Dawbin Museum (45, 10) in Yagoton
  11. The Dement Museum (16, 76) in Wykewood
  12. The Dobson Museum (10, 89) in Ruddlebank
  13. The Doutch Museum (97, 80) in Fryerbank
  14. The Edgar Museum (37, 6) in West Boundwood
  15. The Elton Museum (63, 93) in Hollomstown
  • its installation by a cubist artist now thick with dust
  1. The Pepperd Museum (89, 37) in Spracklingbank
  2. The Perriam Museum (96,92) in Miltown
  3. The Perriam Museum (10,15) in Judgewood
  4. The Perrott Museum (10,9) in Jensentown
  5. The Pettman Museum (6,30) in Dunell Hills
  6. The Phelips Museum (81,95) in Whittenside
  7. The Portass Museum (40,25) in Brooke Hills
  8. The Syms Museum (75,31) in Heytown

Impressionist Sculpture Museums

  1. Impressionist Sculpture
  2. Cracked Sculpture
  3. Headless Statue
  • its collection of impressionist sculpture ransacked by looters
  1. The Hazeldine Museum (94, 79) in Penny Heights
  2. The Hippisley Museum (62, 23) in Huntley Heights
  3. The Honeybone Museum (13, 88) in Ruddlebank
  4. The Jillard Museum (29, 27) in Darvall Heights
  5. The Lewen Museum (46, 79) in Tapton
  6. The Loder Museum (13, 23) in Chudleyton
  7. The Lovel Museum (24, 69) in North Blythville
  8. The Kirwan Museum (3, 88) in Foulkes Village
  • its installation by an impressionist artist now thick with dust
  1. The Swanborough Museum (45,89) in Kinch Heights
  2. The William Museum (14, 54) in Reganbank
  3. The Wheadon Museum (56, 6) in Lamport Hills
  4. The Wriford Museum (2,50) in Grigg Heights

African Sculpture Museums

  1. African Sculpture
  2. Cracked Sculpture
  3. Headless Statue
  • its collection of African sculpture now thick with dust
  1. The Mallack Museum (74, 58) in Edgecombe
  2. The Mallett Museum (21, 98) in Spicer Hills
  3. The Masters Museum (92, 9) in Dulston
  4. The Maxwell Museum (97, 38) in Paynterton
  5. The Nurley Museum (90, 6) in Dulston
  6. The Oakes Museum (6, 5) in Dakerstown
  7. The Organ Museum (60, 27) in Huntley Heights
  8. The Pink Museum (62, 93) in Hollomstown
  9. The Pope Museum (14, 57) in Reganbank

Conceptual Sculpture Museums

  1. Conceptual Sculpture
  2. Cracked Sculpture
  3. Headless Statue
  • its collection of conceptual sculpture now thick with dust
  1. The Salsbury Museum (85, 75) in Osmondville
  2. The Schandua Museum (10, 57) in Reganbank
  3. The Sebright Museum (23, 53) in Lerwill Heights
  4. The Sillence Museum (28, 93) in Spicer Hills
  5. The Stoodely Museum (38, 16) in Shuttlebank
  6. The Sumption Museum (92, 32) in Paynterton
  7. The Troakes Museum (8, 41) in Owsleybank
  8. The Uzzell Museum (38, 62) in Brooksville

European Sculpture Museums

  1. European Sculpture
  • its installation by a European artist ransacked by looters
  1. The Eastwood Museum (39, 93) in Williamsville
  2. The Futcher Museum (38, 30) in Richmond Hills
  3. The Godfry Museum (80, 62) in Vinetown
  4. The Gullis Museum (3, 87) in Foulkes Village
  5. The Haste Museum (14, 52) in Reganbank
  6. The Huddy Museum (52, 95) in Wyke Hills
  7. The Hyson Museum (4, 40) in Owsleybank

Pottery Museums

  1. Clay Figurine
  2. Cremation Urn
  3. Earthenware Vase
  4. Grecian Urn
  5. Ming Vase
  6. Terracotta Statue
  7. Terracotta Vase
  • its exhibition of pottery now thick with dust
  1. The Heddington Museum (60, 35) in Randallbank
  2. The Johnston Museum (42, 22) in Brooke Hills
  3. The Keyford Museum (1, 99) in New Arkham
  4. The Kitting Museum (94, 66) in Houldenbank
  5. The Lawler Museum (3,61) in Crooketon
  6. The Linney Museum (82, 52) in Pegton
  7. The Meade Museum (79, 66) in Crowbank
  8. The Nott Museum (73, 62) in Crowbank

Skeleton Museums

  1. Bird Skeleton
  2. Fish Skeleton
  3. Human Skeleton
  4. Lizard Skeleton
  5. Monkey Skeleton
  6. Skull
  • its extensive collection of skeletons now thick with dust
  1. The Backholer Museum (90, 11) in Pescodside
  2. The Carslake Museum (5, 18) in Roywood
  3. The Chadburn Museum (99, 41) in Starlingtown
  4. The Chilwell Museum (52, 46) in Ridleybank
  5. The Dampier Museum (41, 21) in Brooke Hills
  6. The Daniels Museum (85, 62) in Vinetown
  7. The Denning Museum (93, 36) in Paynterton
  8. The Dommett Museum (20, 77) in South Blythville
  9. The Gage Museum (71, 6) in Earletown
  10. The Fortt Museum (20, 93) in Spicer Hills
  11. The Fowle Museum (35, 2) in West Boundwood

Stuffed Animal Museums

  1. Stuffed Alligator
  2. Stuffed Bear
  3. Stuffed Crocodile
  4. Stuffed Eagle
  5. Stuffed Fish
  6. Stuffed Lion Head
  7. Stuffed Monkey
  8. Stuffed Moose Head
  9. Stuffed Tiger Head
  • its extensive collection of stuffed animals now thick with dust
  1. The Lazenbury Museum (32, 33) in Richmond Hills
  2. The Margetts Museum (91, 18) in Pescodside
  3. The Martland Museum (5, 14) in Roywood
  4. The Matthews Museum (95, 48) in Starlingtown
  5. The Maudslay Museum (32,78) in Greentown
  6. The McMullen Museum (21, 49) in Lukinswood
  7. The Metcalfe Museum (28, 58) in Lerwill Heights
  8. The Milligan Museum (93, 34) in Paynterton
  9. The Moodborn Museum (25, 72) in South Blythville
  10. The Musgrove Museum (53, 47) in Ridleybank
  11. The Nuttall Museum (66, 44) in Pimbank
  12. The Olding Museum (17, 69) in Mornington
  13. The Osment Museum (44, 69) in Mockridge Heights
  14. The Owsley Museum (97, 88) in Fryerbank
  15. The Paice Museum (52, 84) in West Grayside
  16. The Peach Museum (24, 54) in Lerwill Heights
  17. The Peete Museum (70, 10) in Pashenton
  18. The Pitts Museum (6, 46) in Owsleybank

Tapestry Museums

  1. Dark Tapestry
  2. Faded Tapestry
  3. French Tapestry
  4. Greek Tapestry
  5. Historical Tapestry
  6. Mediaeval Tapestry
  7. Mouldering Tapestry
  8. Print Of A Tapestry
  9. Torn Tapestry
  • its exhibition of tapestries ransacked by looters
  1. The Abraham Museum (44, 60) in Mockridge Heights
  2. The Barlow Museum (28, 35) in East Becktown
  3. The Batson Museum (57, 55) in Stanbury Village
  4. The Blabey Museum (43, 68) in Mockridge Heights
  5. The Bowell Museum (19, 23) in Chudleyton
  6. The Bowell Museum (93, 52) in Dentonside
  7. The Bowles Museum (77, 33) in Heytown
  8. The Bridge Museum (37, 61) in Brooksville
  9. The Bridle Museum (51, 23) in Shearbank
  10. The Browne Museum (28, 83) in Lockettside
  11. The Carew Museum (74, 13) in Pashenton
  12. The Cator Museum (24, 7) in Quarlesbank
  13. The Cowie Museum (31, 7) in West Boundwood
  14. The Crump Museum (74, 74) in Gulsonside
  15. The Deed Museum (31, 73) in Greentown
  16. The Dury Museum (69, 87) in East Grayside

African Glassware Museums

  1. Antique mirror
  2. Blown-glass sculpture
  3. Glass bowl
  4. Glass globe
  5. Glass statue
  6. Glass table
  7. Glass vase
  • its unusual exhibition of African glassware now thick with dust
  1. The Lethbridge Museum (48,87) in Kinch Heights
  2. The Mackworth Museum (81, 30) in Spracklingbank
  3. The Menhennet Museum (79, 72) in Gulsonside
  4. The Mickelson Museum (86, 35) in Spracklingbank
  5. The Overton Museum (34, 5) in West Boundwood
  6. The Padden Museum (26, 92) in Spicer Hills
  7. The Petvin Museum (99, 11) in Pescodside
  8. The Poulet Museum (74, 96) in Danversbank
  9. The Pretty Museum (62, 49) in Pimbank
  10. The Read Museum (38, 4) in West Boundwood

Scientific History Museums

No salvageable artifacts.

  • its exhibition of scientific history now thick with dust
  1. The Pepperell Museum (91, 4) in Dulston
  2. The Redmond Museum (88, 82) in Pennville
  3. The Redwood Museum (49, 28) in Brooke Hills
  4. The Richard Museum (99, 67) in Houldenbank
  5. The Riddell Museum (84, 18) in Rolt Heights
  6. The Rideout Museum (22, 37) in East Becktown
  7. The Saffyn Museum (59, 90) in Wyke Hills
  8. The Sawday Museum (50,81) in West Grayside
  9. The Seaman Museum (1,71) in Nixbank
  10. The Silcox Museum (80, 31) in Spracklingbank
  11. The Sonven Museum (60, 79) in Wray Heights
  12. The Swears Museum (62, 25) in Huntley Heights
  13. The Trick Museum (44, 35) in Ketchelbank

Puppet Museums

No salvageable artifacts; contain some unique clothes.

  • its collection of masks and puppets now thick with dust
  1. The Greswell Museum (76, 7) in Earletown
  2. The Gulledge Museum (29, 12) in Gatcombeton
  3. The Harrold Museum (39, 64) in Brooksville
  4. The Hawtrey Museum (15, 25) in Chudleyton
  5. The Hawtrey Museum (98, 54) in Dentonside
  6. The Herbert Museum (27, 32) in East Becktown
  7. The Hibbert Museum (76, 97) in Danversbank
  8. The Higgdon Museum (83, 1) in Rhodenbank
  9. The Holdway Museum (96, 4) in Dulston
  10. The Lax Museum (30, 5) in West Boundwood

Umbrella Museums

No salvageable artifacts.

  • its extensive collection of umbrellas now thick with dust
  1. The Reginaldus Museum (17, 49) in Molebank
  2. The Salisbury Museum (83, 69) in Vinetown
  3. The Teasdale Museum (58, 19) in Millen Hills
  4. The Voules Museum (96, 71) in Penny Heights

Specimen Museums

No salvageable artifacts.

  • its dusty shelves supporting rows of broken specimen jars and shattered slides
  1. The Brain Museum (86, 3) in Rhodenbank
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