The Cardiff Rugby Museum is a collection of memories, mementos, reminiscences and records. Bringing Cardiff's unique rugby heritage to life, it aims to capture, preserve, celebrate and share over 142 years of history.
The Highland Folk Museum is located in Badenoch in the central Highlands of Scotland. The area is a stronghold for the ancient indigenous Scottish sport of shinty (known as 'camanachd' in Gaelic), with the museum standing roughly equidistant between the nearby grounds of the sport's two most famous and successful clubs: Kingussie and Newtonmore.
Organisational records, photographs and artefacts from the history of Thames Rowing Club (founded 1860). Thames Rowing Club has occupied the same clubhouse, on Putney Embankment, since 1879 and a sizeable collection has survived.