Museum of Canterbury (Canterbury)
Situated in Stour Street, it is housed in a mediaeval flint house which was the home of a notoriously greedy moneylender in the 12th century, before becoming the Poor Priests' Hospital, and later a workhouse and an orphanage.
The museum has won a number of awards for its "time-walk", following the history of Canterbury from the earliest settlements to the 20th century.
Among the exhibits are a gold pendant once worn by an Anglo-Saxon princess, and George Stephenson's locomotive Invicta, which worked on one of the first railway lines, from Canterbury to Whitstable.
And there is a display about Mary Tourtel, the Canterbury-born lady who created the much loved Rupert Bear.