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A visit to Seaford Museum

Wednesday, February 13th, 2019

Eclectic is an overused word but when describing the collection at the Seaford Museum is is scarcely adequate. Eccentric, haphazard, curious and nostalgic, even bizarre, all apply too.

You can find Seaford Museum in a disused Martello Tower on the beachfront there. Inside you will discover stone age tools found locally, curiosities such as a mummified frogs, old computers, household appliances of yesteryear and an array (of sometimes rather comical) of historic tableaux.

It only costs a few quid to get in and is well worth some of your time. One of the hidden gems of Sussex.