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Old Rectory Museum, Loughborough

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The Old Rectory Museum, Loughborough is housed in a manor house and run by Loughborough Archaeological and Historical Society. The building was a manor house built in the twelfth century and what you see now is the core of the house used by the Rector of All Saints for 800 years. Tours of the building and Local History displays.

Why not join our friendly band of volunteers who welcome visitors to our museum and show them round.

Address: Rectory Place, LE11 1UW
Property Id : 55
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