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I never thought that Eastleigh would have a Museum but being a Railway Town it would have sufficient history to warrant a museum.
My recent visit there was my first visit and not only did I get what must be the warmest welcome I’ve ever...More
A pleasant and quirky little museum very much worth a visit if you're in Eastleigh. The staff / volunteers are very welcoming and happy to chat. As another reviewer has noted - fantastic coffee which is very reasonably priced.
Best kept secret in Eastleigh. Coffee is fabulous and reasonable. museum is small but informative and don't forget to walk through to the exhibition space at the back.
Museum staff are very friendly and approachable offering many different kinds of support to visitors and residents...More
Eastleigh Museum has a lot to offer; interesting exhibits which change every month or so, historic items from around the world for visitors to come and look at, great coffee and other refreshments available from the cafe, and local produce (e.g. honey, Hildon Water and...More
The museam is small, however packed with joy. Learning about where you are from is a delight, from Mr and Mrs Brown, to the always changing rear gallery, my family loves it here, with my mum especially enjoying the cakes and coffees that are on...More
Eastleigh musuem is a lovely underrated location, I remember spending afternoons with my mother and friends in the back rooms making paper dinosaurs and colouring in trains. It is quiet, and welcoming, and is certainly a good place to visit at least once whilst you're...More
This is such a small museum that packs some lovely little exhibits into essentially 2 rooms.
The main exhibit is a wartime house and a railway exhibit (due to the Ashleigh railworks). The back room houses temporary displays which change often and are often splendid...More