We are delighted to present you with the new opportunity to display your visitor attraction leaflets in one of England’s best preserved Jacobean buildings as The Black & White House Museum in Hereford becomes one of our latest additions to our vibrant network of leaflet outlets.
Built in 1621, the impressive timber-framed building that houses the The Black & White House Museum is situated in the heart of Hereford, surrounded by the commercial centre of the city. After a refurbishment earlier this year, the much loved Museum demonstrates what life was like in Hereford during the seventeenth century, using authentically re-created rooms, original furniture and everyday family items.
New displays have been installed on every floor, and the Museum’s ground floor will provide free access to a shop offering a wide range of replica historic goods, local craft products and souvenirs, along with an information and reception desk and a unique 3D model of Hereford’s city centre in the 17th century
Interactive activities for children include the opportunity to dress up as butcher’s apprentices and kitchen maids. The museum also caters well for visitors with mobility challenges, the blind and the visually impaired with a virtual tour that can be experienced from the ground floor and Braille and tactile images.
The new museum will encourage visitors and shoppers to stay longer in the city centre, befitting other local businesses and attractions.
For more information about The Black & White House Museum visit the Museum website.
Would you like to make your leaflets available at The Black & White House Museum, Hereford or similar popular attractions in Herefordshire? We would be happy to advise you on a great strategy to get the most out of your leaflet campaign. Tel 01242 576 010 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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