Museum

SEAFORD MUSEUM and HERITAGE SOCIETY

MARTELLO TOWER - ESPLANADE - SEAFORD - EAST SUSSEX - ENGLAND
Registered Charity No. 1158790

The Museum is run entirely by volunteers and relies on entry fees and fund raising to pay running costs, the most expensive of which are electricity and insurance.
Any donations are very welcome and we have just installed a facility to pay on line via PayPal. If you would like to donate, you can do so via the link below. We would not be able to acknowledge donations but they would be much appreciated.





We've got the builders in ....


The long-awaited building work is finally coming to a conclusion.
Following the successful event for Easter weekend when we opened the Museum to show everyone what has been happening, it has been decided to open at weekends until the next phase of the building work
(see Bulletin 5).
Vistors can see how the new museum will look although there is still a lot to do and not all exhibits are complete.
After all of the work is completed we will need more stewards
Please click here if you would like to join us
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Click for details of the building work
Regular Bulletins are issued to keep you informed of progress:-
Bulletin 1   Bulletin 2   Bulletin 3   Bulletin 4   Bulletin 5   Bulletin 6   Bulletin 7  



Member of
Sussex Museums
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Registered Museum
No. 1497

News & Notices




Museum awarded Heritage Lottery Fund 
Click for Press Release


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WWI Picture Recreation

In Place Lane, Seaford
Click for Details
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Seaford Heritage Trail and Exercise Path Website: Press Release 21 August 2016
Click for Web-site
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Newhaven Fort, Seaford’s Martello Tower and The Redoubt Fortress in Eastbourne have joined forces to create the Sussex Coastal Forts partnership (SCF)

This SCF partnership has introduced a shared ticketing scheme and visitors to any one of the three attractions can take their ‘proof of entry’ from their first visit to either of the other two attractions and gain reduced admission.