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This is a list of all 250 museums in Malton. For more information on museums, see the Museum page.

There are also lists of museums by suburbs and by types


Alphabetical List of Museums

Suburb List of Museums

Brooke Hills

  • the Dampier Museum (41, 21)
    • "its extensive collection of skeletons now thick with dust."
  • the Griff Museum (42, 27)
    • "its collection of work by conceptual artists now thick with dust."
  • the Johnston Museum (42, 22)
    • "its exhibition of pottery now thick with dust."
  • the Portass Museum (40, 25)
    • "its installation by a cubist artist now thick with dust."
  • the Redwood Museum (49, 28)
    • "its exhibition of scientific history now thick with dust."
  • the Welsford Museum (44, 26)
    • "its collection of contemporary paintings now thick with dust."

Brooksville

Buttonville

  • the Mechel Museum (49, 92)
    • "its collection of work by abstract artists now thick with dust."

Chudleyton

  • the Bowell Museum (19, 23)
    • "its exhibition of tapestries ransacked by looters."
  • the Hawtrey Museum (15, 25)
    • "its unusual exhibition of impressionist puppets now thick with dust."
  • the Loder Museum (13, 23)
    • "its collection of impressionist sculpture ransacked by looters."
  • the Tiplot Museum (15, 29)
    • "its selection of European art now thick with dust."

Crooketon

  • the Lawler Museum (3, 61)
    • its exhibition of pottery now thick with dust
  • the Shenton Museum (9, 62)
    • its selection of European art now thick with dust

Crowbank

  • the Meade Museum (79, 66)
    • its exhibition of pottery now thick with dust
  • the Nott Museum (73, 62)
    • its exhibition of pottery now thick with dust

Dakerstown

  • the Oakes Museum (6, 5)
    • its collection of African sculpture now thick with dust

Danversbank

  • the Coy Museum (73, 96)
  • "its selection of abstract art ransacked by looters."
  • the Durie Museum (70, 99)
  • "its selection of African art ransacked by looters."
  • the Hibbert Museum (76, 97)
  • "its unusual exhibition of impressionist puppets now thick with dust."
  • the Poulet Museum (74, 96)
  • "its unusual exhibition of African glassware now thick with dust."

Dartside

  • the Stock Museum (32, 86)
    • its collection of European paintings now thick with dust

Darvall Heights

  • the Cranfield Museum (23, 21)
    • "its collection of work by conceptual artists now thick with dust."
  • the Jillard Museum (29, 27)
    • "its collection of impressionist sculpture ransacked by looters."

Dentonside

  • the Bowell Museum (93, 52)
    • its exhibition of tapestries ransacked by looters
  • the Grose Museum (92, 50)
    • its collection of work by conceptual artists now thick with dust
  • the Hawtrey Museum (98, 54)
    • its unusual exhibition of impressionist puppets now thick with dust
  • the Wimble Museum (92, 58)
    • its collection of work by conceptual artists now thick with dust

Dulston

  • the Holdway Museum (96, 4)
    • its unusual exhibition of impressionist puppets now thick with dust
  • the Masters Museum (92, 9)
    • its collection of African sculpture now thick with dust
  • the Nurley Museum (90, 6)
    • its collection of African sculpture now thick with dust
  • the Pepperell Museum (91, 4)
    • its exhibition of scientific history now thick with dust

Dunell Hills

  • the Heal Museum (1, 34)
    • "its collection of work by conceptual artists now thick with dust."
  • the Pettman Museum (7, 30)
    • "its installation by a cubist artist now thick with dust."

Dunningwood

  • the Halberry Museum (96, 24)
    • "its selection of contemporary art now thick with dust."
    • 25 AP searching yielded: 1 contemprorary painting and 4 torn paintings. --Gimbo 17:49, 4 May 2007 (BST)

Earletown

  • the Gage Museum (71, 6)
    • its extensive collection of skeletons now thick with dust
  • the Greswell Museum (76, 7)
    • its unusual exhibition of impressionist puppets now thick with dust

East Becktown

  • the Barlow Museum (28, 35)
    • "its exhibition of tapestries ransacked by looters."
  • the Berkeley Museum (28, 38)
    • "its collection of cubist sculpture ransacked by looters."
  • the Darley Museum (27, 30)
    • "its collection of cubist sculpture ransacked by looters."
  • the Herbert Museum (27, 32)
    • "its unusual exhibition of impressionist puppets now thick with dust."
  • the Rideout Museum (22, 37)
    • "its exhibition of scientific history now thick with dust."
  • the Smail Museum (28, 34)
    • "its collection of European paintings now thick with dust."

East Grayside

  • the Dury Museum (69, 87)
    • its exhibition of tapestries ransacked by looters
  • the Summers Museum (68, 89)
    • its selection of European art now thick with dust
  • the Zwanenburg Museum (61, 86)
    • its collection of work by cubist artists ransacked by looters

Edgecombe

  • the Mallack Museum (74, 58)
    • its collection of African sculpture now thick with dust

Foulkes Village

  • the Boon Museum (3, 84)
    • its selection of abstract art ransacked by looters
  • the Gullis Museum (3, 87)
    • its installation by a European artist ransacked by looters
  • the Kirwan Museum (3, 88)
    • its collection of impressionist sculpture ransacked by looters

Fryerbank

  • the Doutch Museum (97, 80)
    • "its collection of cubist sculpture ransacked by looters."
  • the Owsley Museum (97, 88)
    • "its extensive collection of stuffed animals now thick with dust."

Galbraith Hills

  • the Rhoden Museum (42, 51)
    • "its collection of European paintings now thick with dust."

Gatcombeton

  • the Challes Museum (25, 11)
    • "its collection of cubist sculpture ransacked by looters."
  • the Gulledge Museum (29, 12)
    • "its unusual exhibition of impressionist puppets now thick with dust."

Gibsonton

  • the Chanter Museum (85, 21)
    • "its collection of cubist sculpture ransacked by looters."
    • 25 AP searching yielded: 6 cubist sculptures. --Gimbo 12:00, 8 May 2007 (BST)
  • the Henson Museum (86, 20)
    • "its collection of conceptual paintings now thick with dust."
  • the Peerless Museum (89, 25)
    • "its collection of European paintings now thick with dust."
    • 25 AP searching yeilded: 6 European paintings and 1 torn painting. --Gimbo 11:33, 6 May 2007 (BST)
  • the Vick Museum (88, 21)
    • "its selection of European art now thick with dust."
    • 25 AP searching yielded: 7 European paintings. --Gimbo 22:10, 6 May 2007 (BST)

Greentown

Grigg Heights

  • the Estmond Museum (7, 56)
    • its collection of work by conceptual artists now thick with dust
  • the Linnett Museum (4, 52)
    • its collection of work by abstract artists now thick with dust
  • the Wriford Museum (2, 50)
    • its installation by an impressionist artist now thick with dust

Gulsonside

  • the Bane Museum (75, 73)
    • its selection of abstract art ransacked by looters
  • the Crump Museum (74, 74)
    • its exhibition of tapestries ransacked by looters
  • the Menhennet Museum (79, 72)
    • its unusual exhibition of African glassware now thick with dust
  • the Wybrants Museum (76, 75)
    • its collection of contemporary paintings now thick with dust

Havercroft

  • the Gilling Museum (30, 49)
    • "its collection of conceptual paintings now thick with dust."

Heytown

  • the Bowles Museum (77, 33)
    • "its exhibition of tapestries ransacked by looters."
    • 25 AP searching yielded: 2 dark tapestries, 3 faded tapestries, 1 mouldering tapestry, 1 French tapestry, 1 Greek tapestry. --Gimbo 16:40, 9 May 2007 (BST)
  • the Craske Museum (79, 37)
    • its selection of African art ransacked by looters
  • the Syms Museum (75, 31)
    • "its installation by a cubist artist now thick with dust."
    • 25 AP searching yielded: 6 cubist sculptures. --Gimbo 16:40, 9 May 2007 (BST)
  • the Tudgay Museum (77, 37)
    • its selection of European art now thick with dust

Hollomstown

  • the Colbourne Museum (64, 92)
    • "its collection of work by conceptual artists now thick with dust."
  • the Elton Museum (63, 93)
    • "its collection of cubist sculpture ransacked by looters."
  • the Goodwyn Museum (65, 93)
    • "its collection of conceptual paintings now thick with dust."
  • the Pink Museum (62, 93)
    • "its collection of African sculpture now thick with dust."
  • the Riggs Museum (68, 92)
    • "its installation by a cubist artist now thick with dust.

Houldenbank

its exhibition of pottery now thick with dust.

  • the Ramsay Museum (91, 66)
    • its collection of European paintings now thick with dust
  • the Richard Museum (99, 67)
    • "its exhibition of scientific history now thick with dust."

Huntley Heights

  • the Hanson Museum (63, 23)
    • "its collection of conceptual paintings now thick with dust."
    • 25 AP searching yielded: 4 conceptual paintings and one fire damaged painting. --Gimbo 10:10, 25 April 2007 (BST)
  • the Hippisley Museum (62, 23)
    • "its collection of impressionist sculpture ransacked by looters."
    • 25 AP searching yielded: 3 impressionist sculptures. --Gimbo 15:21, 24 April 2007 (BST)
  • the Organ Museum (60, 27)
    • "its collection of African sculpture now thick with dust."
    • 25 AP searching yielded: 3 x African sculpture, 1 x cracked sculpture. --Gimbo 10:42, 23 April 2007 (BST)
  • the Swears Museum (62, 25)
    • "its exhibition of scientific history now thick with dust."
    • 25 AP searching yielded not a single thing. --Gimbo 20:37, 23 April 2007 (BST)

Jensentown

  • the Barclay Museum (17, 1)
    • its selection of African art ransacked by looters
  • the Borland Museum (13, 6)
    • its selection of African art ransacked by looters
  • the Deanesly Museum (16, 2)
    • its collection of work by conceptual artists now thick with dust
  • the Perrott Museum (10, 9)
    • its installation by a cubist artist now thick with dust

Judgewood

  • the Hebdon Museum (16, 12)
    • "its collection of conceptual paintings now thick with dust."
  • the Ive Museum (17, 13)
    • "its collection of work by conceptual artists now thick with dust."
  • the Perriam Museum (10, 15)
    • "its installation by a cubist artist now thick with dust."

Ketchelbank

  • the Trick Museum (44, 35)
    • its exhibition of scientific history now thick with dust

Kinch Heights

  • the Charbonnier Museum (40, 81)
    • "its collection of conceptual paintings now thick with dust."
  • the Eden Museum (43, 86)
    • "its selection of African art ransacked by looters."
  • the Lethbridge Museum (48, 87)
    • "its unusual exhibition of African glassware now thick with dust."
  • the Swanborough Museum (45, 89)
    • "its installation by an impressionist artist now thick with dust."

Lamport Hills

  • the Wheadon Museum (56, 6)
    • its installation by an impressionist artist now thick with dust

Lerwill Heights

  • the Jelley Museum (29, 54)
    • its selection of contemporary art now thick with dust
  • the Metcalfe Museum (28, 58)
    • its extensive collection of stuffed animals now thick with dust
  • the Peach Museum (24, 54)
    • its extensive collection of stuffed animals now thick with dust
  • the Sebright Museum (23, 53)
    • its collection of conceptual sculpture now thick with dust

Lockettside

  • the Beacham Museum (27, 83)
    • its selection of African art ransacked by looters
  • the Browne Museum (28, 83)
    • its exhibition of tapestries ransacked by looters

Lukinswood

  • the Galavin Museum (25, 46)
    • "its collection of conceptual paintings now thick with dust."
  • the Madill Museum (24, 44)
    • "its collection of work by abstract artists now thick with dust."
  • the McMullen Museum (21, 49)
    • "its extensive collection of stuffed animals now thick with dust."

Millen Hills

  • the Harris Museum (53, 10)
    • "its collection of conceptual paintings now thick with dust."
  • the Teasdale Museum (58, 19)
    • "its extensive collection of umbrellas now thick with dust."

Miltown

  • the Bodd Museum (97, 96)
    • "its selection of abstract art ransacked by looters.
  • the Newborough Museum (93, 90)
    • "its collection of European paintings now thick with dust."
  • the Perriam Museum (96, 92)
    • "its installation by a cubist artist now thick with dust."

Mockridge Heights

  • the Abraham Museum (44, 60)
    • "its exhibition of tapestries ransacked by looters."
  • the Blabey Museum (43, 68)
    • "its exhibition of tapestries ransacked by looters."
  • the Osment Museum (44, 69)
    • "its extensive collection of stuffed animals now thick with dust."
  • the Perriott Museum (42, 60)
    • "its collection of European paintings now thick with dust."

Molebank

  • the Austwick Museum (12, 45)
    • "its selection of African art ransacked by looters."
  • the Dimon Museum (15, 48)
    • "its selection of African art ransacked by looters."
  • the Reginaldus Museum (17, 49)
    • "its extensive collection of umbrellas now thick with dust."

Mornington

  • the Edgecombe Museum (10, 67)
    • its collection of conceptual paintings now thick with dust
  • the Olding Museum (17, 69)
    • its extensive collection of stuffed animals now thick with dust
  • the Woodyatt Museum (17, 61)
    • its collection of contemporary paintings now thick with dust

New Arkham

  • the Franklin Museum (4, 91)
    • its collection of conceptual paintings now thick with dust
  • the Keyford Museum (1, 99)
    • its exhibition of pottery now thick with dust

Nixbank

  • the Lord Museum (0, 77)
    • its selection of contemporary art now thick with dust
  • the Seaman Museum (1, 71)
    • its exhibition of scientific history now thick with dust

North Blythville

Osmondville

  • the Ayliffee Museum (85, 73)
    • its selection of African art ransacked by looters
  • the Salsbury Museum (85, 75)
    • its collection of conceptual sculpture now thick with dust

Owsleybank

  • the Cother Museum (9, 41)
    • "its selection of African art ransacked by looters."
  • the Hyson Museum (4, 40)
    • "its installation by a European artist ransacked by looters."
  • the Pitts Museum (6, 46)
    • "its extensive collection of stuffed animals now thick with dust."
  • the Russel Museum (9, 49)
    • "its collection of European paintings now thick with dust."
  • the Troakes Museum (8, 41)
    • "its collection of conceptual sculpture now thick with dust."

Pashenton

  • the Carew Museum (74, 13)
    • "its exhibition of tapestries ransacked by looters."
    • 25 AP searching yielded: 3 mouldering tapestries, 2 faded tapestries, a dark tapestry and a French tapestry. --Gimbo 10:09, 27 April 2007 (BST)
  • the Lentill Museum (79, 10)
    • "its collection of work by abstract artists now thick with dust."
    • 25 AP searching yields 4 abstract paintings and 1 fire-damaged painting. --Gimbo 09:13, 28 April 2007 (BST)
  • the Peete Museum (70, 10)
    • "its extensive collection of stuffed animals now thick with dust."

Paynterton

  • the Denning Museum (93, 36)
    • its extensive collection of skeletons now thick with dust
  • the Genge Museum (96, 38)
    • its collection of work by conceptual artists now thick with dust
  • the Maxwell Museum (97, 38)
    • its collection of African sculpture now thick with dust
  • the Milligan Museum (93, 34)
    • its extensive collection of stuffed animals now thick with dust
  • the Sumption Museum (92, 32)
    • its collection of conceptual sculpture now thick with dust

Peddlesden Village

  • the Hockey Museum (4, 20)
    • "its collection of conceptual paintings now thick with dust."

Pegton

  • the Bratt Museum (83, 54)
    • its collection of African paintings ransacked by looters
  • the Custard Museum (80, 58)
    • its collection of cubist sculpture ransacked by looters
  • the Isgar Museum (82, 54)
    • its collection of conceptual paintings now thick with dust
  • the Linney Museum (82, 52)
    • its exhibition of pottery now thick with dust
  • the Rosser Museum (86, 58)
    • its collection of European paintings now thick with dust

Pennville

  • the Currie Museum (82, 86)
    • its selection of African art ransacked by looters
  • the Redmond Museum (88, 82)
    • its exhibition of scientific history now thick with dust

Penny Heights

  • the Hazeldine Museum (94, 79)
    • "its collection of impressionist sculpture ransacked by looters."
  • the Voules Museum (96, 71)
    • "its extensive collection of umbrellas now thick with dust."

Pescodside

  • the Backholer Museum (90, 11)
    • "its extensive collection of skeletons now thick with dust."
    • 25 AP searching yielded: a skull, 2 fish skeletons, a human skeleton, and a bird skeleton --Gimbo 20:44, 29 April 2007 (BST)
  • the Jewell Museum (97, 11)
    • "its selection of contemporary art now thick with dust."
    • 25 AP searching yielded: 7 contemporary paintings and 1 fire-damaged painting. --Gimbo 11:18, 30 April 2007 (BST)
  • the Keats Museum (93, 15)
    • "its selection of contemporary art now thick with dust."
    • 25 AP searching yields 3 contemporary paintings, a torn painting, 2 fire-damaged paintings. --Gimbo 13:28, 3 May 2007 (BST)
  • the Margetts Museum (91, 18)
    • "its extensive collection of stuffed animals now thick with dust."
    • 25 AP searching yielded: 2 stuffed tiger heads and 4 stuffed eagles. --Gimbo 17:55, 3 May 2007 (BST)
  • the Petvin Museum (99, 11)
    • "its unusual exhibition of African glassware now thick with dust."
    • 25 AP searching yielded: 3 glass bowls, 2 glass vases, a glass statue, a glass table. --Gimbo 10:12, 2 May 2007 (BST)
  • the Sunderland Museum (91, 11)
    • "its collection of work by conceptual artists now thick with dust."
    • 25 AP searching yielded: 3 conceptual paintings and 2 torn paintings. --Gimbo 20:44, 29 April 2007 (BST)

Pimbank

  • the Gillman Museum (60, 43)
    • "its collection of conceptual paintings now thick with dust"
    • conceptual painting (19 AP spent searching)
  • the Nuttall Museum (66, 44)
    • "its extensive collection of stuffed animals now thick with dust"
    • i recall finding here all types of stuffed animals listed here --Duke Garland 10:02, 21 April 2007 (BST)
  • the Pretty Museum (62, 49)
    • "...its unusual exhibition of African glassware now thick with dust"
    • blown-glass sculpture, antique mirror, glass vase, glass table, glass bowl, glass globe

Quarlesbank

  • the Bearnard Museum (24, 0)
    • its collection of cubist sculpture ransacked by looters
  • the Cator Museum (24, 7)
    • its exhibition of tapestries ransacked by looters
  • the Coymer Museum (23, 8)
    • its selection of African art ransacked by looters

Raines Hills

  • the Dudridge Museum (66, 17)
    • "its collection of work by conceptual artists now thick with dust."
    • 25 AP searching yielded: 7 conceptual paintings and one fire damaged painting. --Gimbo 21:34, 25 April 2007 (BST)
  • the Hasell Museum (65, 14)
    • "its collection of conceptual paintings now thick with dust."
    • 25 AP searching yielded: 8 conceptual paintings, 1 torn painting, 1 fire-damaged painting. --Gimbo 14:05, 26 April 2007 (BST)

Randallbank

  • the Cocker Museum (67, 37)
    • "its selection of African art ransacked by looters."
    • 25 AP searching yielded: 7 African paintings, 2 fire-damaged paintings, 2 torn paintings. --Gimbo 15:13, 21 April 2007 (BST)
  • the Heddington Museum (60, 35)
    • "its exhibition of pottery now thick with dust."
    • 25 AP searching yielded: three cremation urns, two earthenware vases, and a terracotta statue. --Gimbo 12:23, 22 April 2007 (BST)

Reganbank

  • the Corben Museum (14, 55)
    • its selection of African art ransacked by looters
  • the Egan Museum (12, 56)
    • its selection of African art ransacked by looters
  • the Haste Museum (14, 52)
  • the Pope Museum (14, 57)
    • its collection of African sculpture now thick with dust
  • the Schandua Museum (10, 57)
    • its collection of conceptual sculpture now thick with dust
  • the William Museum (14, 54)
    • its installation by an impressionist artist now thick with dust

Rhodenbank

  • the Brain Museum (86, 3)
    • its dusty shelves supporting rows of broken specimen jars and shattered slides
  • the Edridge Museum (80, 8)
    • its collection of work by conceptual artists now thick with dust
  • the Higgdon Museum (83, 1)
    • its unusual exhibition of impressionist puppets now thick with dust
  • the Spenser Museum (89, 7)
    • its selection of European art now thick with dust

Richmond Hills

  • the Futcher Museum (38, 30)
    • "its installation by a European artist ransacked by looters."
  • the Lazenbury Museum (32, 33)
    • "its extensive collection of stuffed animals now thick with dust."

Ridleybank

  • the Chilwell Museum (52, 46)
    • its extensive collection of skeletons now thick with dust.
  • the Mesney Museum (55, 48)
    • its collection of work by abstract artists now thick with dust.
    • abstract painting
  • the Musgrove Museum (53, 47)
    • its extensive collection of stuffed animals now thick with dust.

Roachtown

  • the Bingham Museum (59, 32)
    • its selection of African art ransacked by looters

Roftwood

  • the Truell Museum (62, 53)
    • its selection of European art now thick with dust

Rolt Heights

  • the Riddell Museum (84, 18)
    • its exhibition of scientific history now thick with dust

Roywood

  • the Carslake Museum (5, 18)
    • "its extensive collection of skeletons now thick with dust."
  • the Martland Museum (5, 14)
    • "its extensive collection of stuffed animals now thick with dust."
  • the Vellacott Museum (3, 19)
    • "its collection of contemporary paintings now thick with dust."

Ruddlebank

  • the Dobson Museum (10, 89)
    • its collection of cubist sculpture ransacked by looters
  • the Honeybone Museum (13, 88)
    • its collection of impressionist sculpture ransacked by looters

Scarletwood

  • the Cari Museum (72, 80)
    • its collection of African paintings ransacked by looters

Shackleville

  • the Baskcomb Museum (54, 63)
    • its collection of cubist sculpture ransacked by looters
  • the Bowle Museum (59, 65)
    • its collection of African paintings ransacked by looters
  • the Horsey Museum (55, 65)
    • its collection of conceptual paintings now thick with dust
  • the Keane Museum (59, 61)
    • its selection of contemporary art now thick with dust

Shearbank

  • the Bridle Museum (51, 23)
    • "its exhibition of tapestries ransacked by looters."

Shore Hills

  • the Thornhill Museum (35, 59)
    • "...its collection of work by conceptual artists now thick with dust."
    • conceptual painting.

Shuttlebank

  • the Darknell Museum (35, 14)
    • "its collection of work by conceptual artists now thick with dust."
  • the Legg Museum (32, 15)
    • "its selection of contemporary art now thick with dust.
  • the Stoodely Museum (38, 16)
    • "its collection of conceptual sculpture now thick with dust."
  • the Talbot Museum (30, 15)
    • "its selection of European art now thick with dust."

South Blythville

  • the Dommett Museum (20, 77)
    • its extensive collection of skeletons now thick with dust
  • the Moodborn Museum (25, 72)
    • its extensive collection of stuffed animals now thick with dust

Spicer Hills

  • the Fortt Museum (20, 93)
    • its extensive collection of skeletons now thick with dust
  • the Mallett Museum (21, 98)
    • its collection of African sculpture now thick with dust
  • the Padden Museum (26, 92)
    • its unusual exhibition of African glassware now thick with dust
  • the Sillence Museum (28, 93)
    • its collection of conceptual sculpture now thick with dust

Spracklingbank

  • the Mackworth Museum (81, 30)
    • "its unusual exhibition of African glassware now thick with dust."
    • 25 AP searching yielded: 3 glass globes, 2 glass bowls, 3 glass tables, 3 glass vases. --Gimbo 11:00, 11 May 2007 (BST)
  • the Mickelson Museum (86, 35)
    • its unusual exhibition of African glassware now thick with dust
  • the Pepperd Museum (89, 37)
    • its installation by a cubist artist now thick with dust
  • the Silcox Museum (80, 31)
    • "its exhibition of scientific history now thick with dust."
    • 25 AP searching yielded: nothing. --Gimbo 11:00, 11 May 2007 (BST)

Stanbury Village

  • the Batson Museum (57, 55)
    • "its exhibition of tapestries ransacked by looters."

Starlingtown

  • the Chadburn Museum (99, 41)
    • its extensive collection of skeletons now thick with dust
  • the Finchley Museum (98, 44)
    • its collection of conceptual paintings now thick with dust
  • the Matthews Museum (95, 48)
    • its extensive collection of stuffed animals now thick with dust

Tapton

  • the Byfield Museum (47, 73)
    • "its selection of African art ransacked by looters."
  • the Lewen Museum (46, 79)
    • "its collection of impressionist sculpture ransacked by looters."

Vinetown

  • the Daniels Museum (85, 62)
    • its extensive collection of skeletons now thick with dust
  • the Godfry Museum (80, 62)
    • its installation by a European artist ransacked by looters
  • the Salisbury Museum (83, 69)
    • its extensive collection of umbrellas now thick with dust

West Becktown

  • the Bawn Museum (16, 37)
    • "its selection of abstract art ransacked by looters."
  • the Gotch Museum (14, 35)
    • "its collection of work by conceptual artists now thick with dust."

West Boundwood

  • the Cowie Museum (31, 7)
    • its exhibition of tapestries ransacked by looters
  • the Edgar Museum (37, 6)
    • its collection of cubist sculpture ransacked by looters
  • the Fowle Museum (35, 2)
    • its extensive collection of skeletons now thick with dust
  • the Fowles Museum (39, 3)
    • its collection of work by conceptual artists now thick with dust
  • the Lax Museum (30, 5)
    • its unusual exhibition of impressionist puppets now thick with dust
  • the Overton Museum (34, 5)
    • its unusual exhibition of African glassware now thick with dust
  • the Read Museum (38, 4)
    • its unusual exhibition of African glassware now thick with dust

West Grayside

  • the Paice Museum (52, 84)
    • "its extensive collection of stuffed animals now thick with dust."
  • the Sawday Museum (50, 81)
    • "its exhibition of scientific history now thick with dust."
  • the Wilson Museum (50, 83)
    • "its collection of work by conceptual artists now thick with dust".

Whittenside

  • the Phelips Museum (81, 95)
    • "its installation by a cubist artist now thick with dust."

Williamsville

  • the Browning Museum (31, 90)
    • its collection of cubist sculpture ransacked by looters
  • the Eastwood Museum (39, 93)
    • its installation by a European artist ransacked by looters

Wray Heights

  • the Sonven Museum (60, 79)
    • its exhibition of scientific history now thick with dust

Wyke Hills

  • the Huddy Museum (52, 95)
    • "its installation by a European artist ransacked by looters."
  • the Ruxton Museum (56, 94)
    • "its collection of European paintings now thick with dust."
  • the Saffyn Museum (59, 90)
    • "its exhibition of scientific history now thick with dust."

Wykewood

  • the Dement Museum (16, 76)
    • its collection of cubist sculpture ransacked by looters

Yagoton

  • the Dawbin Museum (45, 10)
    • "its collection of cubist sculpture ransacked by looters."
  • the Innalls Museum (40, 10)
    • "its selection of contemporary art now thick with dust."
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