Why not visit Margate Museum this winter? it is housed in the second oldest building in Margate town, which has served as the town hall, police station and magistrates’ court. Visitors can enjoy many of the original features of the Victorian police station and magistrates court.
Margate Museum tells the story of Margate and its people through displays that range from an Iron Age burial pit and beautiful drawings by Thomas Rowlinson to pieces of WW1 Zeppelin, and one of Margate’s earliest ambulances.
for more information visit: Margate Museum Website
- October to April
- Saturday and Sunday – 11am till 4pm
- May to September plus Easter
- Saturday, Sunday, Wednesday & Bank Holiday Mondays – 11am till 5pm (last entry 4pm)
- Adults £1.50
- Joint ticket with Tudor House £2.50
- Accompanied children (under 16 years old) free