Brewhouse Yard Museum

During Nottingham Light Night, we got to visit Brewhouse Yard, I have been there many times before but it closed a few years back to the public and so we have never had chance to take the children.

This was a great opportunity to discover a huge part of Nottingham's history, the houses and caves are set below Nottingham Castle and are over 300 years old!

There were many uses for these caves, deep inside, they were used as air raid shelters in world war two, I loved the way this one was laid out. You can see the beer kegs in the next room, from when breweries were based here. Castle Rock, a local brewery, takes it's name from this very rock.


In this bedroom there were only candles lighting the room, it was interesting to be able to show the children how it would have been all those years ago.


Ye olde shoppe...


Looking at some old vintage classics, including can you spot them....Sun Jellies :)


I loved this beautiful old till, sat amongst a replica of an old chemist the ornate buttons and patterns were beautiful.


Looking at the old war posters on the walls of the caves...


Trying out some old puzzles...


All lit up, this beautiful row of houses looked stunning in the dark...


This is our Magic Moment this week, linking up to The Olivers Madhouse.


4 comments:

  1. Great photos - I went here with my son's class on a school trip - bet it was brilliant on Light Night! xxx

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    1. I'd not been in ages as they shut it and only opened to groups, but they have opened it again now which is good. It was super eerie in the dark but lots of fun :)

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  2. That looks fascinating and a must see if in the area #MagicMoments

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  3. Oh this looks like a fascinating place to visit if we are ever nearby #magicmoments

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