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This list of museums in Cheshire, England contains museums which are defined for this context as institutions (including nonprofit organizations, government entities, and private businesses) that collect and care for objects of cultural, artistic, scientific, or historical interest and make their collections or related exhibits available for public viewing. Also included are non-profit art galleries and university art galleries. Museums that exist only in cyberspace (i.e., virtual museums) are not included.

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Name Image Town/City Type Summary
Anson Engine Museum Ruston Hornsby engine 1927 engine of 25 hp IMG 2562.JPG Poynton Technology Stationary engines
Bollington Discovery Centre 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images Bollington Industry website, local cotton industry, located in a former mill, also local history and art
Catalyst Catalyst 1.jpg Widnes Science Focus is the chemical industry
Cheshire Military Museum 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images Chester Military History of Cheshire's regiments, located in the barracks at Chester Castle
Congleton Museum 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images Congleton Local Local history, culture
Crewe Heritage Centre 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images Crewe Railway
Cycle Museum 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images Warrington Transport information, cycles from all over the world
Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunker Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunker.jpg Hack Green Military Former government-owned nuclear bunker with Cold War and military exhibits
Lion Salt Works Lion Salt Works.jpg Marston Industry Working open salt works and museum
Mouldsworth Motor Museum Mouldsworth motor museum - - 219034.jpg Mouldsworth Automobile website, motoring history and memorabilia
Museum of Amusements 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images Tattenhall Amusement website, restored vintage mechanical amusement machines and games
Museum of Policing in Cheshire 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images Warrington Law enforcement website, includes murder weapons, forgeries, pigeon carriers, photographs and records (vehicles ?)
National Waterways Museum, Ellesmere Port EP Boat Museum.jpg Ellesmere Port Transport Formerly the Boat Museum, features canal boats, history of the canals
Nether Alderley Mill Nether Alderley Mill 2.jpg Nether Alderley Mill Operated by the National Trust, Victorian corn mill powered by water
Quarry Bank Mill Quarry Bank Mill.jpg Styal Industry Operated by the National Trust, former cotton mill and textile museum with steam mill engines
Silk Museums Macclesfield 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images Macclesfield Industry website, four museums about the local silk industry, including a Victorian silk mill, costume and silk manufacturing displays
Stretton Watermill Stretton water mill.jpg Stretton Mill Working water mill
Warrington Museum & Art Gallery Front of Museum.jpg Warrington Multiple Natural history, local history, archaeology, fine art, decorative arts
Weaver Hall Museum Salt museum northwich.jpg Northwich Multiple History of salt making, local history, archaeology

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  • On The Air: Broadcasting Museum, Chester, closed in 2000[1]

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