42/44 Bushloe End
- Phone: 0116 288 3396
- Web Site: http://www.lrmf.org.uk/m_26_wig.htm
Come to a hosier’s house built in the 1700s, and see the knitting workshop from the 1800s. This has eight original hand knitting frames, and all the equipment once used to make stockings and gloves. The house looks as it would have done in the 1920s/30s, and there is a period garden with cobbled yard for you to enjoy.
Open all year - 1st Sat. of the month: 14:00-17:00 Every Sunday: 14:00-17:00 Open at other times by request Closed Christmas and New Year
Adults:£1.00 Child: 50p School Visits: Free Group or private visits at any time by appointment
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Facilities and services
- Wheelchair access to some public areas
You can buy souvenirs, books and leaflets at the museum, and tea and biscuits are available. Disabled visitors can access the ground floors. There is one toilet on site, and parking is 200yds away on the nearby street.
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