Situated alongside the lych gate of the Parish church, Sidmouth Museum celebrates 240 million years of history. It offers something for everyone with an interest in the World Heritage Jurassic Coast, local history and archaeology.
There are permanent displays of fine prints, paintings and old photographs illustrating the history of Sidmouth from a fishing village, through its Regency period to the current time. A geological display describes the Jurassic coast. Link to exhibitions and displays for details on this year's exhibitions and displays.
Young people are especially well catered for with their own area and special Activity Days. Link to young people's area
Regular guided town walks provide an opportunity of learning more about the town’s architecture, history & the World Heritage Coast. Link to museum walks.
The Museum is run entirely by volunteers under the expert guidance of the curator, Dr. Robert Symes OBE and is open from April to October.
Monday: 1.00 - 4.00pm
Tuesday – Saturday: 10.00am – 4.00pm
ADMISSION IS FREE
Sidmouth Museum, Hope Cottage, Church Street, Sidmouth EX10 8LY
Tel: 01395 516139