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Deal Maritime & Local History Museum

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Deal Maritime & Local History Museum

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22 St. Georges Road, Deal CT14 6BA England
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Veronica de France wrote a review Jan 2020
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Walking along with heavy shopping bags, escaping from the nice but busy shopping area the old fashion sign of 'Museum' dangling softly in the air, invited me in. I had no appetite for any sort of consumption. But due to the resourceful guidance, which I received at the Maritime Museum with all its articles and such, made me feel hungry for knowledge. As a foreigner to make the first step into the history of Deal, I think, it starts right there at 22 St. Georges Road. Afterward, having a walk alongside the beach, at least I did, I looked at the horizon in a different way.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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les n wrote a review Nov 2019
Deal, United Kingdom3 contributions1 helpful vote
Small but well worth a visit. Lots of local interesting facts and artifacts. Often have special exebitions on local interests.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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James B wrote a review Oct 2019
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This place was a gem to find but a bit small. Nevertheless, lots of items of historical significance displayed with as the name suggests a strong maritime flavour about them. Old building with a tight staircase but easy to climb.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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valerie_gxv wrote a review Oct 2019
Gloucester, United Kingdom20 contributions3 helpful votes
Having visited Deal a few times I was surprised and delighted to find yet another place of interest. Situated in a characterful area only a few minutes from the sea front, in a side street that starts opposite the French delicatessen, between the Town Hall and St George's Church, also worth a visit. The Museum volunteer on duty was hugely informative and entertaining and he contributed greatly to our enjoyment and understanding of the multitude of exhibits. Check the opening hours before visiting.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Response from kathrynsreilly, Trustee at Deal Maritime & Local History Museum
Responded Oct 5, 2019
Thank you for your lovely review. People are still discovering us even though we'll be celebrating our 50th anniversary in a couple of years time. Please do spread the word about our little museum!
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Tarah2325 wrote a review Sep 2019
London, United Kingdom127 contributions43 helpful votes
This small museum is worth a visit tucked away in a side street of Deal. Plenty to see as everything is packed in tightly. I had the museum to myself which was good for me but not for business! One of the highlights was a quiz about Deal. There was a small garden with a shed that showed videos and information about the war. I liked the old street maps. In short something for every one. Pleasant staff too.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Response from kathrynsreilly, Trustee at Deal Maritime & Local History Museum
Responded Oct 5, 2019
Thank you for sharing your thoughts. We'd certainly welcome more visitors, so reviews like this are really useful.
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