A traditional volunteer-run collection
Bexhill Museum is open six days a week, Tuesday through Sunday and Bank Holidays, 11:00am to 4:00pm. Come and see our unique collections. Everything from dinosaur footprints to the history of the town's iconic De la Warr Pavilion. Plus everything in between, and Eddie Izzard's amazing model railways.
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The Evolution of Stars
Bexhill astrophysicist Gary Newport explores the evolution of stars and reveals the tell-tale traces they leave on our home planet, long after the stars themselves burn out and die.
Astronomy at Herstmonceux
Speaker Sandra Voss is Science Director at The Observatory Science Centre, and a champion of the amateur astronomers who provide valuable data to scientific study.
The Holiday Camp Phenomenon
From workers’ days out in the 1890s to Butlins in its 1950s pomp, historian Kathryn Ferry discusses the origins and eventually, the end of a British cultural phenomenon.
Hats Hats Hats!
Welcome to Bexhill Museum’s current special exhibition Hats Hats Hats! a collaboration between Bexhill Museum and Queen’s University Bader College in Herstmonceux.
Our busy Education Team is looking for new volunteers
The Education Team at Bexhill Museum is a busy and thriving group of volunteers. If you love working with children, we would be interested in talking to you.