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All reviews bayeux tapestry free entry well worth a visit guy fawkes lovely little place great exhibits run by volunteers gardens are lovely knowledgeable volunteers worth a stop pretty garden high street lovely staff rainy day axe donation abbey
Even the museum has history and around it beautiful gardens. , lovingly produced by local volunteers.
Inside is a copy of the bayxure tapestry .
There is an audio presentation. Lots about the local history and relics found across the battlefield.
You can spend a...More
This small local free museum is well worth a visit. As well as the Battle of 1066 the museum covers more recent social history and has many artefacts of interest on show. The gardens are beautifully kept and offer a nice place to rest on...More
Visited yesterday whilst in Battle. The museum is staffed by friendly volunteers who were very knowledgeable and engaging.
They have an axe head dating from the time of the famous battle, which they were keen to talk about.
They also have a nice gift shop....More
Small museum with local artefacts found over the years, including war time. Very helpful and knowledgeable staff. May be volunteers. Lots of battle of Hastings information and about local life. Easy to miss, it’s near the car park exit steps just as you get to...More
This museum shows the history of the Battle of Hastings and also memorabilia from former times. There was even a replica of part of the Bayeux tapestry, lovingly produced by local people.
The kind staff here were on hand to answer questions and nothing was...More
It is a delightful museum with some very interesting exhibits. Guy Fawkes stands in one corner overlooking the famous Axe Head which could have been used in the famous Battle of Hastings in 1066. It is well worth a visit and it is free!
If you like small local museums then this is for you.
Whilst the Abbey down the road takes centre stage in Battle this unassuming little museum at the other end of the high street contains a wealth of history, from Roman times, a little of...More