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Visit Soul of the Warrior!

Huddersfield
Tolson Memorial Museum

The Tolson Museum

With collections in archaeology, archives, natural sciences, costume and textiles, decorative and applied art, music, weapons and war, coins and medals, personalities, science and technology, social history and land transport, almost every layer of Huddersfield's past is revealed at the Tolson Museum. Tolson takes you through the history of Huddersfield, from the tools of the earliest settlers - made for hunting in the primitive forests - to the boom in the textile industry which changed people's lives and brought prosperity to the town, and modern day collections from local people. Don't miss Britain's rarest car - the three-wheeled LSD - which was manufactured in Huddersfield between 1919 and 1924. It was originally made by Sykes and Sugden Ltd from 1919 to 1923 and then by the LSD Motor Co Ltd in Mirfield from 1923 to 1924. The name of the car was derived from the initials of the designer (Longbottom), the manufacturer (Sykes) and their accountant (Dyson). There were three models, the Family, the Popular and the Standard plus three-hundredweight and four-hundredweight van versions. The engine was an air cooled eight horsepower v-twin Jap or Mag. It had two forward gears and one reverse gear.

Access:

We regret that all parts of our museum sites are not yet fully accessible. Fire regulations mean that there are also restrictions on the use of prams and pushchairs indoors. Please contact the museum for further details and any other access information that will help you to plan your visit.

Useful information

Languages spoken

Type of Credit/Debit card taken

Spoken

Print

Audio

Visa

Yes

English

Yes

Yes

Yes

Switch

Yes

Facilities

Miscellaneous

  • Free parking provided
  • Wheelchair access - Access to Roman gallery is by stairlift plus a small number of actual stairs.
    The ground floor is accessible by wheelchair.
  • Disabled access toilet
  • Baby changing facilities

  • Gift shop in museum
  • Coach parties welcome - Please ring first

Opening times

All year
Monday - Friday
Saturday and Sunday

11.00am - 5.00pm
12.00pn - 5.00pm


Admission prices (Single)

All year

Free

The prices quoted on this page are correct : January 2012

Contact details

Tolson Memorial Museum
Ravensknowle Park
Wakefield Road
Huddersfield
HD5 8DJ

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