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|The Redhouse Museum, art gallery and gardens are found very close to the
Priory. The museum is absolutely amazing in what it contains and is not
only interesting but presented to hold the attention of all visitors young
and old. Covering all local aspects, history, natural history, archaeology,
geology and much, much more it is one of those places that you simply must
visit. The cost of admission is peanuts to non residents and residents
with proof of title get in free.
A new wildlife garden has been developed to show how to bring wildlife into your garden along with the original walled herb garden and south garden. The building has its history as well, it was once the towns workhouse where children created chains, some so fine they could pass through the eye of a needle, it is said. These chains were then used by the clock and watch trade.
The Red House Museum is found in Quay Street just along the road from the Priory.