& Hardy Museum
is situated at Ulverston
in the South West area of the Lake District and is the
only Laurel and Hardy Museum in the world. Ulverston
is the birth place of Arthur Stanley Jefferson , better
known as Stan Laurel.
Laurel and Hardy are probably one of the greatest comedy
acts to ever appear in films. In the museum you will
find photographs, letters, memorabilia and items that
belonged to Laurel and Hardy and also talks for all
the family in which you can learn the early life of
Stan and Ollie.
There is also
a small cinema that shows films and documentaries.
The Museum was founded by Bill Cubin who was a lifelong
fan and Ambassador for the Sons of the Desert , the
Laurel and Hardy Appreciation Society. Although Bill
is no longer with us, but the Museum goes on and is
now run by his daughter Marion and his Grandson , who
are ably assisted by Alan.
It is advisable to
contact Laurel and Hardy Museum prior to your visit
if there is something specific you wish to see or any
alterations have been made to the Opening times and
the attraction itself.Disclaimer
Further information and details on opening
times, costs and facilities please contact or
visit web site.