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Review of Exmouth Museum

Exmouth Museum
Ranked #16 of 41 things to do in Exmouth
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Reviewed 14 June 2012

A lovely step back in time and very informative will certainly go again, staff very knowledgeable

1  Thank Janet K
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Reviewed 21 May 2012

My first visit, it's small and tucked away, but close to Exmouth centre and easily found. The ladies were just opening up when I arrived. I was interested in particular in the railway display, and also Exmouth Docks. The ladies were helpful and chatted away about various related subjects. I also browsed some of the files of Newspaper cuttings. I was surprised to find 90 minutes had elapsed by the time I had left.

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Reviewed 11 May 2012

really enjoyed it well worth a visit, a bit of a hill walk,

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Reviewed 8 October 2011

Surprised this is classed as an attraction, a small run down building hidden away off a main road with little bits of rubbish in it, you could walk in and see everything and walk back out within 3 minutes tops!

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Reviewed 9 September 2010

Exmouth Museum is tucked away in a back road just a few minutes walk from the Magnolia Centre. It is located in the old council stables, hayloft and early 19th Century foreman’s cottage and is full of local history. It is run by volunteers from April to October but is closed on Sundays and Bank Holidays.

Displays include a Victorian Kitchen, history on local schools and local people, lace displays, railways, wartime and much more. The staff have also set up childrens quizes to keep the young ones interested.

I would thoroughly recommended taking the time to visit.

8  Thank DebsJane72
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