Grace Darling Museum, Bamburgh


Grace Darling was awarded the RNLI's Silver Medal for Gallantry. The museum in her home town of Bambrugh was established in 1938 to commemorate her life. The museum was redeveloped and the modernised building was opened on 18th December 2007. The museum tells Grace's story is told through personal items, including letters, family portraits and the original coble used in the rescue in 1838, which made her a national heroine. 

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Grace Darling Museum
- "The RNLI Grace Darling Museum illustrates Grace’s upbringing and life on the lighthouse, the events of the rescue that propelled her into the limelight and the nature of that ...

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The Grace Darling Museum, Bamburgh
- "The Grace Darling Museum is maintained by the RNLI Heritage Trust. The newly redeveloped building was opened on December 18th 2007. The £1.5 million project took two years to ...

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Victorian dress

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Victorian letter

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Victorian compass

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Victorian cradle

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... around Bamburgh, Northumberland ... view from Grace Darling museum towards her grave and memorial.

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Grace Darling Museum, Bamburgh
- Photo by Alexander P Kapp, 2010, and licensed for reuse under a Creative Commons Licence.

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