Bexhill Museum has something for everyone from local history and archaelogy to fashion and Bexhill's motor heritage. There are hands on displays (have a go at installing spark plugs), a Costume Gallery with collections dating from the 17th century, and The Sargent Gallery which houses a quirky mix of archaeology, dinosaur fossils, minerals, stuffed birds, butterflies and so much more. There is now also a model railway showing the town during World War 2. Use the access centre for research with desks, computers and reference books. Regularly changing temporary exhibition and display programme.
- Wheel Chair Accessible venue
- Wheel Chair Accessible Entrance
- Wheelchair Accessible Lift
Automatic entrance doors with push button.
No parking but usually plenty of on-street parking directly outside the building and nearby surrounding area.
- Accessible Toilets
- Grab/Drop Down Rails
Wide door purpose built. On street (entry) level and lower floor.
- Guide Dogs Welcome
- There can be sudden loud noise
The WW11 gallery has a model railway showing the town during the war. It has fairly loud sound affects that some unprepared visitors may find surprising such as air raid sirens, bombers flying overhead etc.
Otherwise the museum is generally quiet. There is an audio visual DVD display in the Costume and Sargeant galleries but the volume is low.
Bexhill Museum Egerton Road
Bexhill-on-Sea, TN39 3HL