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We have, in Deal, a fine resource. St. George's Road is home to our Maritime Museum. It is a museum run by very informed volunteer staff. A huge quantity of artefacts all of which have a connection to Deal. It is a treasure house which...More
Date of experience: August 2018
MatchingKevin, Public Relations Manager at Deal Maritime & Local History Museum, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday
Thank you so much. It means a lot to us that the Mayor is giving us the thumbs up.
The volunteers do work incredibly hard to keep Deal's history alive.
I will pass your comments on to the volunteers.
Paid £3 entry. Lovely little museum packed with loads of interesting things to see. Tucked away in a side street. The lady we saw was very knowledgeable and friendly.
Enjoyed this place much more than Deal castle and cheaper too.
Price for adult admission with no concessions is £3 and £2 for Senior Citizen which is about right. The intimate but nicely laid out museum falls into four main areas Boats and ships, Royal Marines History, Town History and some model boats.
My main area...More
This Museum is a hive of information with lots of memorabilia. It is tucked away in what appears to be someones back garden. It has been made up to be quite authentic with the WW2 shelter. Very good value for the money. We spent a...More
Really enjoyed our visit here. Very good information, collections, displays and layout. Helpful, friendly staff, nice atmosphere. Well worth a visit. Highly recommended it. Not to be missed if you're in Deal and have an hour to spare.
Watch the opening hours since I arrived late the first time. The second visit I was immediately entertainment by the muzeum warden. Very interesting muzeum. Showed some pictures of Dunkirk were my father and his brother tried to get away as Belgian fugitives...
Every time I visit, I find something new and fascinating (for instance, Whistler the pipe-playing stuffed rat, two Hooden horses, boats galore and the first kind of life jacket – its major design fault meant it might kill you if you jumped in the sea...More