Been meaning to go for ages and because there was a VW Camper/Beetle run to the restaurant next door they opened even though it was their closed season. The museum isn't large, but well worth a visit and at £2 entrance fee for an adult it's actually great value for money. The displays are well presented and very informative and mostly not behind glass. The lady guide that showed us round had lots of knowledge and gave a very informative, entertaining and professional talk. It's little gem museums like this that make travelling so much more interesting. And if you fancy something to eat, the Bayside Cafe next door is a gem as well.
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