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I have lived in Faversham for over thirty years and have walked past the museum hundreds of times. Now retired I decided to stick my nose inside.
What a surprise! This Tardis like building opens up to reveal a plethora of interesting exhibits, some of...More
Looking small on the outside this museum is amazingly much bigger on the inside! A wealth of Faversham's rich history under one roof and beautifully presented. The museum is linked to the Visitor Information Centre, Art Gallery and Fleur Bookshop. Friendly and informative. A must...More
Historical buildings housing a museum, art gallery and a delightful information centre that provides books, maps and mases of interesting items to help you navigate your way around Faversham. Helpful, knowledgeable volunteers. You could spend up to two hours in the Museum alone.
We went to this museum to do wheels of time with our children and found it to be incredibly interesting and enjoyable for me and my family. The staff was great and the exhibits where interesting so I would say it is worth the visit.
We made a mistake, we did not know how good this museum was and needed more time than we had allowed. Luckily the admission ticket allows access all year so we will return again and allow much more time. It was great seeing the history...More
Decided to stop in during my only day in Faversham to learn more about the town which may be small but sure has A LOT of history, and I'm glad I did. You really wouldn't expect there to be so much to see but really...More
We went to Faversham especially to see the museum. Cannot believe how much is in it in the space available and so well laid out. Very informative and helpful staff and I recommend a visit to learn all about the local history.
This museum was a lot bigger than I was anticipating,spanning 2 floors and multiple rooms/buildings.Our tour guide for this, was really good and a wealth of knowledge.I think we spent about an hour 15 mins with him,he helped bring their exhibits to life.The museum has...More