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What a lovely surprise, having passed the door for years and never gone in, my wife and I took the plunge. So glad we did; the memorabilia is excellent as are the volunteers who are pleased to impart their knowledge in a pleasant and cheerful...More
This museum detailing the history of Ventnor is well worth an hour or so of your time. There are some wonderful old photographs and you shouldn't miss the twenty-minute video. Volunteer staff are eager to answer questions.
This museum has a great collection of photos, exhibits, maps etc., which tell the story of Ventnor over the last few hundred years, with references to many local families and businesses, such as the old tailor's shop and other High St shops, the old Ventnor...More
This place is fascinating and the volunteers are so helpful. If you want to find out something, they are more than willing to research for you. Lovely just to wander around and look at "old" Ventnor and days gone by.
I understand that the reason that VHC closes on Saturday afternoons is that it has found over the years that this is a quiet time. The Museum is staffed entirely by volunteers who give their time freely and it’s important that their time is used...More
The Ventnor Heritage Museum is a fabulous, fascinating place, so many memories, but sadly they only open 10.30 - 12.30 on a Saturday in the height of holiday season? They do open during the week, but taking my daughter there, (she's 30+) l was eager...More
In an unassuming shop-like premises, lies a real find for history lovers of olde england. A charming hour can be spent looking at photos of past days on this part of the Island - from the ship wrecks, to the coming of the railways. The...More