I've only just realised that I haven't shown you the photos I took at Easter when we visited the wonderfully quirky Whitby Museum.
It really is like stepping back in time, and I'm sure that this Victorian museum hasn't changed very much at all over the years.
I absolutely love museums, especially the old, creaky kind crammed with glass cabinets of curiosities, (especially ones of the slightly spooky kind!)
An unintentional albatross selfie!
I can't believe that this is an actual genuine narwhal skeleton!
I fell in love with this little mouse!
And this handsome chap...
I'm slightly obsessed with ships in bottles!
The stories behind the exhibits were fascinating.
How amazing is this!
A museum isn't a museum without a spooky doll or two!
This is the star exhibit, the 'hand of glory', an actual hand that had been preserved and was used to help burglars with their mischief! This 'hand of glory' had been in use up to 1820!
If you ever find yourself in Whitby I can heartily recommend a visit, hope you enjoyed our little trip out!
(I also hope that I don't give you any nightmares about dismembered hands or creepy dolls!!!!!)