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    Llangollen Motor Museum

    After passing this place many times, I decided to call in ... so glad I did.

    It's not a stuffy, immaculate place ...but just full of memories ... well worth £5 entry
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    Somewhere I keep meaning to visit. Thanks for posting, may have a run to there tomorrow.

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    Have walked, cycled and motorcycled past there so many times and never called in which is something
    i will now make point of doing. Thank's for posting.

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    theres a bike show in the area this weekend, so might pop in to the museum if we had that way

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    Quote Originally Posted by DC View Post
    theres a bike show in the area this weekend, so might pop in to the museum if we had that way
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    Yes http://www.llanbikefest.co.uk

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    Thats the kind of museum that I like.

    Nothing over restored/polished.

    Surroundings look very 'natural' as well.

    Was there a tea room

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr nosh View Post
    Thats the kind of museum that I like.

    Nothing over restored/polished.

    Surroundings look very 'natural' as well.

    Was there a tea room
    Was in Llangollen today. Have ridden/drove past this museum many times. I must take the trouble to go in one day.


    You may also be interested in this one I visited in May...

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    Another one guilty of driving past on the way elsewhere.
    Should make a point of visiting next time.
    Looks lovely.
    Thanks for posting .
    appears bright from a distance / dim up close

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    Gonna be over in Wales the weekend after next. Two nights in Betws y Coed and the days spent finding some nice roads and places to see. Definitely going to add this to the itinerary for the trip. Love places like this - tons of stuff to look at. Biggest problem will be dragging ourselves back out of the place!

    Thanks OP for the tip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr nosh View Post
    Thats the kind of museum that I like.

    Nothing over restored/polished.

    Surroundings look very 'natural' as well.

    Was there a tea room
    Afraid not on the tearoom ... was talking about this to owners son ... it's in there plans

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr nosh View Post
    Thats the kind of museum that I like.

    Nothing over restored/polished.

    Surroundings look very 'natural' as well.

    Was there a tea room
    Lovely canal side tea room up the way a bit.

    http://www.horsedrawnboats.co.uk/

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    Quote Originally Posted by UturnTony View Post
    Lovely canal side tea room up the way a bit.

    http://www.horsedrawnboats.co.uk/
    Yes that is stunning spot ... even a little car park for couple of bikes ... just don't fall in the canal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hatcho View Post
    Gonna be over in Wales the weekend after next. Two nights in Betws y Coed and the days spent finding some nice roads and places to see. Definitely going to add this to the itinerary for the trip. Love places like this - tons of stuff to look at. Biggest problem will be dragging ourselves back out of the place!

    Thanks OP for the tip!
    This is worth a look - good café too
    https://surfsnowdonia.com/

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