Whitstable Museum and Gallery
Its unique seafaring history is explored, including oyster fishing, diving and shipbuilding.
Discover local stories of seaside, floods, the world's first passenger steam railway, shopping, industries, newspaper cartoon characters Pip, Squeak and Wilfred, and memorabilia of resident Peter Cushing.
See the big red fire engine, sit at a Victorian school desk and hunt for fossil sharks teeth!
Changing exhibitions on vaired themes plus regular events. Special activities for schools and groups.
Discount £1.00 (senior citizens, students, people with disabilities - proof of status may be required)
Children - free to a maximum of 2 per paying adult, £1.00 per child thereafter.
Free entry (except for some special events) for Canterbury Residents Card holders. If you don't have a Residents Card, come in and sign up to receive free entry today!
|Season Dates||Opening Hours|
|Wed 2 Jan 2013 - Tue 31 Dec 2013||Mon - Sun 10:00 to 16:00|
|Notes||Closed Christmas Day and Boxing Day. Circumstances may cause changes in opening times - please ring to check before making a special trip.
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VenueWhitstable Museum and Gallery
5 Oxford Street, Whitstable, CT5 1DB
Map reference: TR 106662 Lat: 51.35606 Long: 1.02443
8 miles from Canterbury via A28 and A290.
Whitstable Museum & Gallery is in the town centre in Oxford Street, close to the library and the theatre. The Museum is within walking distance of carparks and the railway station.
Parking : with charge
Accessible by Public Transport : 1 mile (1.6 kms) from Whistable station
Groups are requested to make advance bookings to avoid congestion. Level access from the side courtyard. All on gorund floor level.
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|Sat 5 Oct 2013 - Sun 5 Jan 2014||British Wildlife Photography Awards 2013|