This museum is housed in the former police station/magistrates court and has retained many of its original fittings. It is an eclectic but interesting display of items relating to Margate's development, with particular emphasis on the late 20th century. The volunteer staff are very enthusiastic, and they bring the exhibits alive. Without such knowledge and enthusiasm the museum could be a little dry. I think it is best suited to adults. It's well worth the small entrance fee.
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