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Deal Maritime & Local History Museum

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Lovely little Museum

A small museum, but much to see. I love the effort that has been made on the first World war... read more

Reviewed 23 May 2014
DoverPhil
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Dover, United Kingdom
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First World War exhibit

We recently visited this little town museum again this time to have a look at the First World War... read more

Reviewed 26 April 2014
Misterstonehead
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All reviews interesting objects little gem dunkirk evacuation packed full permanent display pretty courtyard noel coward side street lovely lady small shop world war for instance tucked away two floors really enjoyed our visit well worth the visit great visit
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Reviewed 23 May 2014

A small museum, but much to see. I love the effort that has been made on the first World war, focusing on local people. Deal has a lot of history - and the Museum has captured much of it. Reasonable entrance - and a decent...More

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Reviewed 26 April 2014

We recently visited this little town museum again this time to have a look at the First World War exhibition. We were greeted by Bob a volunteer he explained the exhibit to us. There was a small entry fee. There was a small mock up...More

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Reviewed 24 April 2014

A lot of local history in a small museum that really is a must to visit particularly whilst the WW 1 exhibition is on display again very much of interest to the local area.

2  Thank Keith A
Reviewed 11 October 2013

A small but very interesting independently run local museum with such a lot of local history and maritime memorabilia squeezed in. Who would believe that Deal once had it's own power company and even bank notes? Well worth a visit.

1  Thank Geraldine C
Reviewed 27 August 2013

Quirky museum tucked way in a side street. This is everyting you would espect of Deal. Unusual, understated but well worth a visit if you want to understand about Deal's maritime heritage. How can you have a Port without a Harbour? Did you know the...More

2  Thank peter_the_traveller4
Reviewed 17 August 2013

This place has so much history about the war and I learnt a lot. I would love to take my kids there one day.

3  Thank Agatha N
Reviewed 5 May 2013 via mobile

Nice museum lots of local Deal items, with very friendly staff, and a tea garden. It's well worth a visit, it had a 30 foot open boat, and another open boat that had been used at Dunkirk.

2  Thank Paragonmargate
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