We spent £14 for 2 adults to see this museum. It was my birthday and had wanted to look inside for a while. The ground floor is Roman baths but akin to a building site. The first floor is a huge emotionless room with a large square display case in the middle full of odd bits and pieces. Up the second flight of stairs, nice view of the public toilets across the road and a bit of a glimpse of the cathedral .... not much here either to get excited about. Walked around it all in I would say 5 minutes !! I liked the museum before, a bit quirky, set in an old house, lots of interesting things to see. Would definitely recommend Horsham Museum. Its full of local things, its free and has a brilliant tourist information centre. Even the Tourist Information housed within The Novium is sparse to say the least. A couple of sad brochures and the rest you had to pay 50p or a pound for them. Worse museum ever visited !! Definitely don't bring children here, they will be bored rigid. Take them to the library across the street or even walk around the cathedral opposite which is free and adjoins the beautiful Bishops Gardens.
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