Now reopen

We are still following social distancing guidelines though. Call for details.

Bexhill Museum Interior

Now reopen

We are still following social distancing guidelines though. Please ask for details.

A very special collection

You can visit us 11.00am through to 4.00pm Tuesdays through Sunday (Closed on Mondays, except on Bank Holiday weekends). Try a quick a 'virtual' tour here or on the Visit Us tab, then come down for the real thing. Summer specials include a eye-opening exhibition about the Augusta Victoria College, Bexhill's pre-war Nazi girls' finishing school, and Common Threads, an exploration of the common styles & techniques that bind national and folk dress design around the world. Don't miss patron Eddie Izzard's amazing model railways too!

Rother District Council

 Bexhill Museum thanks the National Lottery & Arts Council England, East Sussex County Council, Rother District Council and an anonymous donor for their emergency financial support during the current crisis.


Additional support for our reopening activities has come from the South East Museum Development Programme and the European Regional Development Fund via the South East Creatives Cultural and Digital Sector Programme.

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Diarty of events and exhibitions at Bexhill Museum


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Latest News

The story of Bexhill’s pre-war Nazi girls’ school

How Bexhill came to host a finishing school for daughters of the Nazi elite, and inspired Eddie Izzard's new film, Six Minutes to Midnight.

The Izzard family story behind the Winter Wartime Model Railway

Eddie Izzard tells Sky News how the story of his father’s return home as a wartime evacuee inspired the creation of the Bexhill Winter Wartime Model Railway.
Parade to mark the end of the war in Europe on 13 May 1945, in Bexhill

How Bexhill marked VE Day 1945 – buns, bonfires & thrupn’y bits

As the war in Europe ended, Bexhill & Sidley's parents & community groups ran children's street parties, and a town honoured the sacrifices of its citizens.