For what sounds like a museum of fairly niche appeal, the pipe museum turns out to be actually quite good fun. The eccentric curator-owner is an entrancing character and also runs the curiously old-fashioned Smokiana shop in the basement, which sells pipes and books about pipes. Go up the steps to the museum and you'll be treated to a guided tour of the world's largest collection of Dutch clay pipes, intricately carved and bejeweled Meerschaum pipes, and bronze cast pipes from Cameroon in Africa. You'll also get to drink in the rarified atmosphere of the traditional 17th-century house renovated in 19th-century fashion.