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Unique seafaring history explored, including oyster fishing, diving and shipbuilding, alongside local stories of the world's first passenger railway, cartoon characters Pip, Squeak and Wilfred, and resident Peter Cushing. The fascinating collection - with frequent new additions - give townspeople and their visitors an idea of why Whitstable is here, how it grew and how it is changing over the years.
The art gallery is a popular venue for the regularly changing special exhibitions - usually 6 per year. It hosts both national touring exhibitions and those put on by local talents. Public events linked to the exhibitions are arranged regularly, including workshops with practising artists for schools and colleges.
Open Thursday 27 March to Sunday 28 September, Thursday to Sunday 11am to 4pm
Open Saturday 25 October to Sunday 2 November, Daily 11am to 4pm
Open Saturday 20 December to Sunday 4 January 2015, Daily 11am to 4pm
Whitstable Museum issues these tickets digitally. This means that upon booking, you will be given a link to your digital ticket with a unique booking confirmation number. YOU MUST PRINT THIS TICKET and bring it with you.
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