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Winchelsea is a wonderful unspoiled village, off the beaten track and well worth a visit and the Court Hall Museum, in which the museum is housed is one of the most historic buildings to be found here.
At an entrance cost of £1.50, admission is...More
Lovely little museum well worth a visit. Some interesting artefacts relating to the town and the sea. We visited on a weekday so were unable to visit the tunnels as tours only take place on Saturdays. Also had a lovely walk around the pretty little...More
I like small local history museums like this - an eclectic mix of local history and curios - it does a good job of explaining some of Winchelsea's history and heritage, with a few interesting diversions. It is not huge but the building itself is...More
Winchelsea is an amazing survival, a medieval town that has kept almost all of its original layout and at least two of its gateways! Do the museum first and then wander round the town. Lots of material in the museum for a wide range of...More
Visited the pretty village of Winchelsea on Friday in June. Wandered the streets, very nice, followed Wesley connections, snack in New Inn, enjoyed church. Left Museum till last approx 3pm. Was closed.
lovely little museum crammed full of interesting artefacts. well worth a look. my 6 year old really enjoyed being able to be close to the displays.
good shop area too.
the lady on the door was friendly and helpful too. using her own money to...More