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We spent a pleasant hour looking around Margate museum.
The staff are friendly and knowledgable. There lots of artefacts to look at and the museum is situated in the old police station so you can look at the old police cells and the magistrates court.....More
We had the pleasure of having a tour around the museum with the lovely Horacio. He knew his stuff and was such a funny and warm character. We left feeling like we'd learned the history of Margate plus lots more. We went in expecting to...More
After visiting Margate for many years, finally got around to going to the Museum - something that I had meant to do many times. What a surprise to find out how big it is inside and crammed full of interesting things/pictures etc. There is so...More
It is a real gem! The staff are volunteers and they are so knowledgeable, friendly and helpful you will feel like a special guest all the time. We were the group of four adults and a boy of 11, they do a little quest for...More
First of all a big thank you to Barry and so sorry forgot the name of his colleague,we visited the old to at Easter and what an amazing find ,Barry and his very knowledgable colleague were so friendly full of information ,lovely museum absolutely loved...More
The museum is much larger than it appears. There are loads of fascinating exhibits and most interesting history of the town. As has been said by others the staff are not only friendly but extremely knowledgeable and happy to answer any questions. A most enjoyable...More
The staff are so friendly and keen to help, which makes your visit all the more pleasant. there are a range of histroical items to see and read about, plus at the time of writing (Feb 2018) there is a link with the Turner Contemporary...More