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Clifton Park Museum

Built in 1783 Clifton House was once home to the Walker family until it became a museum in 1893. Explore the galleries to discover the local history through themed exhibitions. There are exhibitions on pre-history to within living memory, with a focus on Romans, Victorians and the Walker family.

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Boston Castle

Boston Castle was built as hunting lodge in 1775 for local landowner the Earl of Effingham. Admire the amazing views of Rotherham and surrounding area. Assisted school sessions have exclusive use of the building.

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Clifton Park and Boston Park

Clifton Park Museum and Boston Castle are both set within heritage parks. Make a full day of your visit and enjoy these wonderful outdoor spaces. Please enquire for details on what is available.

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Memorial garden


York and Lancaster Regimental Museum

Within Clifton Park Museum you will find the York and Lancaster Regimental Museum. Explore the history of the York and Lancaster Regiment from the Victorians to the First and Second World Wars through to the present.

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Memorial garden


Rotherham local studies and archives

Our local studies and archives service can offer research and workshops to link in with your local history topics.

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Archive collections


How to find us

Clifton Park Museum

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Address

Clifton Park and Museum
Clifton Lane
Rotherham
S65 2AA

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