Exmouth Museum was first opened in 1985, and is housed in a 19th century building which was the Council Stables together with the adjoining foreman's cottage. It is now divided into three galleries, two on the ground floor and one on the first floor.
We show various aspects of Exmouth's past including local businesses, wartime, children's toys, school photos and artefacts, railways, local brickmaking, antique lace and Exmouth commemorative china. The museum reflects Exmouth's rich social history and includes Exmouth memorabilia, local history, the town's connection with the Royal Marines, a Victorian kitchen, a 1950's room and antique bobbin lace.
We have a Great War Exhibition to commemorate the Centenary.
Quiz sheets are available for young visitors along with our ever popular "Find the Cats" trail for the very young.
Monday, Friday and Saturday 10:30-12:30
Tuesday and Thursday 10:30-16:30
Closed Bank holidays
£1.50. Seniors £1.00 Children and Students FREE
Archaeology, Costume and Textiles, Fine Art, Coins and Medals, Archives, Science and Technology, Social History, Maritime
COFFEE MORNING with SALE
- 30 May 2015 10:30am-12pm
Visit us on SATURDAY 30th MAY for our ever-popular Coffee Morning and Sale. The Admission Charge of £1 not only gives you access to the Sale but also entitles you to a FREE COFFEE or TEA and ENTRY TO THE MUSEUM. See our FIRST WORLD WAR EXHIBITION which now features the events of 1915 and their impact on the people of Exmouth. We also have a new display of the works of the Exmouth Artist THOMAS MAIR.
- Any age
£1 At the Door to INCLUDE COFFEE