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This list of museums in Staffordshire, 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 Region Type Summary
Apedale Heritage Centre 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images Chesterton Newcastle-under-Lyme Mining Coal mining history, artifacts, mine tours, Moseley Railway Trust's collection of narrow gauge industrial locomotives
Bratch Pumping Station Bratch Pumping Station 01.jpg Bratch South Staffordshire Technology Victorian pumping station with steam engine, open on selected days
Brindley Water Mill 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images Leek Staffordshire Mill 18th century water-powered corn mill, exhibits about 18th century canal builder James Brindley
Cheddleton Flint Mill 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images Cheddleton Staffordshire Moorlands Industry Water mill built to grind flint for use in the pottery industry, miller's cottage, flint kilns, drying kiln and outbuildings
Claymills Pumping Station Claymillsbeam.JPG Burton upon Trent East Staffordshire Technology Restored Victorian sewage pumping station with beam engines
Etruria Industrial Museum Etruria Industrial Museum - geograph.org.uk - 2187647.jpg Etruria Stoke-on-Trent Industry 19th century bone and flint mill built to grind materials for the pottery industry, features working steam engine
Mill Meece Pumping Station Millmeece060513.JPG Millmeece Stafford Technology Early 20th century pumping station with steam engines
Museum of Cannock Chase 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images Hednesford Cannock Chase Multiple website, local history, coal mining, turn-of-the-century miner's cottage, 1940s room, toys
National Brewery Centre 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images Burton upon Trent East Staffordshire Industry History of brewing, brewing artifacts, vintage vehicle collection, working steam engine (re-opened after a period of closure)
Newcastle Museum & Art Gallery 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images Newcastle-under-Lyme Newcastle-under-Lyme Multiple website, also known as Borough Museum & Art Gallery, Victorian street scene including ironmonger, pawnbroker and chemist shops, doctor's office, toys, 1930s-40s period house, exhibits of contemporary design and crafts
Shugborough Hall Shugborough Hall 01.jpg Great Haywood Cannock Chase Living Owned by the National Trust and operated by Staffordshire County Council, 18th century period country house, walled kitchen garden and working model farm including operating water mill and museum - "The Complete Working Historic Estate" + annual Steam rally
Staffordshire Regiment Museum 100px Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki:Requested images Whittington Lichfield Military Regimental history, uniforms, weapons, medals, regalia, replica World War I trench, armoured vehicles

Defunct museums

  • Coors Visitor Centre, collections now part of the National Brewery Centre, Burton upon Trent

See also

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