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1 Victorian Museum trail pack This pack of cards is your museum trail pack covering the Victorian part of the museum. It is designed to help you explore the Victorian area of the museum and learn more about life in Victorian times. It contains: A map of the museum Photo cards with questions on the back How to use your museum trail pack Select a card Look at the photo on the card and using the map to help you, go to the location in the museum found in the photo Once you are there, turn the card over and you will find questions about this part of the museum Read the questions out loud and try and find out the answer. Most answers can be found simply by looking carefully around the exhibit. You don t need to work through all of these cards, you can just pick and choose the ones you wish to use. We just provide plenty so you have the choice. Other activities: While you are exploring the museum you may also wish to try on some of our costumes which are located in the tent on the agricultural showground. You may also wish to try our viaduct building activity which is located in the corridor just along from the stairs and the audioguide desk. Some schools also use our activity sheets. If your school has requested these, they can be found on the trolley next to the costume tent with clipboards and pencils for your use. They will be labelled with the date and the name of your school.

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3 11 and 12 Jubilee Street

4 11 and 12 Jubilee Street Look at the front of the two cottages 1. What is the address of the house with the red door frame and red window frames? - house number and street name Go through to the backyard 2. Open the left hand door What is this used for? What did they use for toilet paper? 3. Open the right hand door What is kept in here? What would it be used for? 4. Look inside the cottage (through the windows at either end) What can you see inside the cottage that Victorians would have used for washing? What can you see inside the cottage that Victorians would have used for cooking? How was the room lit? What can you see inside the cottage that we still have today? 5. Would you have liked to live in this cottage? Why?/Why not? 6. What would you miss from your home today that they wouldn t have had in the Victorian times?

5 Greengrocer s shop

6 Greengrocer s shop 1. What is the name of this shop? 2. What is the address of this shop? (Clue: Look up!) 3. Why might this road have been called this? 4. What did this type of shop sell? 5. What were the scales for? 6. Other than the fruit and vegetables you can see, what other fruit and vegetables can you buy? 7. Do you think the Victorians ate the same types of food that we do today? How might their diet have been different?

7 Gypsy Caravan

8 Gypsy Caravan Gypsies were a group of people who lived in caravans like these and travelled around looking for work. They would move around to different areas to do work such as fruit picking. 1. How would this gypsy caravan have moved along? 2. If they cooked inside the caravan, what stopped it from filling with smoke? 3. What can you see that the gypsies were good at making? 4. Do you think you would have liked to live like this?

9 Kingdon s Ironmongers

10 Kingdon s 1. This shop is called an ironmongers. Why do you think it is called that? 2. Which objects can you see in the window that would have been used for storing or preparing food? 3. What might this have been used for? 4. What can you see in the window which might have helped people light their rooms? 5. Can you find any items in the window that you still have in your home today? Which ones?

11 Young boy

12 Young boy 1. What is this little boy selling? 2. How old do you think he is? 3. Why do you think he isn t at school? 4. Do you think he is rich or poor? What are the clues you used to help you answer the question? 5. How would you feel if you were him? 6. Why might people on the street need to buy matches? 7. Look around to see if you can see which nearby shop is linked with buying matches and is one of the reasons why people might need to buy matches?

13 Pantechnicon (removals vehicle)

14 Pantechnicon (removals vehicle) 1. Can you find the phone number for this company? What is it? 2. What do you notice about the length of this phone number compared to your own phone number? Why might this be? 3. What items of furniture are they unloading? 4. Do you think that the family who own this furniture are rich or poor? How do you know? 5. Listen to the men unloading the furniture to answer the following questions: What is the name of the people the furniture belongs to? What does the man do for a job?

15 Sawmill

16 Sawmill 1. How many people work here? Look behind you too! 2. What is the name of the company? 3. Look at the two men next to the large circular saw. One is the manager and one is the worker which is which? How do you know? 4. Why might the worker be wearing an apron? 5. What would people need the wood for? 6. What do you think the sacks on the floor are full of? 7. What do you think it would have felt like to work here? Would you liked to have worked here?

17 Victorian Streets

18 Victorian Streets 1. What can you see in these streets that is the same as our streets today? 2. What can you see in these streets that is different from our streets today? 3. What are the rails along the ground for? 4. This floor is made up of lots of stones. What is this called? 5. See if you can list 10 different things you would be able to buy in these streets. 6. Standing in these Victorian streets, what sounds can you hear? 7. With your group, go and see if you can find the bicycle opposite the train station. How is it different from bicycles we have today? What do you think it would have been like to ride? (think about cycling over cobbles!)

19 Train Station

20 Train Station 1. Go and look at the people standing outside the railway station Do you think they are a rich family or a poor family? Why? Look at the man in uniform with the red tie. Why does he have GWR on his hat? What do the initials stand for? (You may have to look around a bit to find this out) What do you think his job is? 2. Listen carefully to the people talking Why are they at the station? Who is going to be travelling? Why isn t the boy going with them? 3. Do you think travelling by train in Victorian times would be different from travelling by train today? In what way? 4. Why was the coal yard so close to the railway?

21 Tram

22 Tram 1. Look closely inside the tram (but please don t climb on it!) How many people can be seated downstairs inside the tram? How many people can be seated upstairs on the tram? (this information is above the entrances) 2. Which animal is mentioned as being allowed to travel on the tram? 3. There are two signs inside the tram telling you not to do things. What are you not allowed to do on the tram? 4. What clue is there that the tram could travel in either direction? 5. Why would a tram need to be able to travel in two directions? 6. Would you have liked to travel by tram? If yes, why do you think you would have enjoyed it? If no, what do you think you wouldn t like about it?

23 Willis & Son

24 Willis & Son 1. What kind of shop is this? 2. Look in the window of the shop and see if you can list three different things you could buy here. 3. Which is your favourite item in the shop window and why? 4. What number along the street is the shop? 5. Other than selling things, what else could this shop do for you?

25 Fire Station

26 Fire Station 1. Why do you think there is a bell on the top of the building? 2. What are the hooks on the wall for? 3. Why do you think fires might have happened more often in Victorian times compared to today? 4. Which town did the fire engine on the right hand side come from? 5. How many fire buckets are hung up on the wall?

27 The Co Op Shop

28 The Co op Shop Start by looking outside the shop at the window 1. Look at the sign on the front door What time does the Co op open every day? On which day does the shop close early? On which days is the shop open the latest? On which day of the week is the shop shut? Now go inside the shop 2. Do you recognise any of the foods behind the counter? Do we still have any of these today? 3. What did they use to measure out your food?

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