Bexhill Museum Lower Ground  Floor Plans

Funding secured for urgent floodproofing & roof works

More than £390,000 in new investment will allow urgent structural & flood proofing works on the lower ground floor and for a new roof.


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.

Merryweather fire engine 1896.

Bringing Bexhill’s Merryweather Home

Bexhill fire crews from East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service and the team at Bexhill Museum are fundraising to help restore a historic fire engine – and we want your help.


Bexhill: Where two worlds met, thousands of years ago

An archaeological study suggests the connection between local Neolithic farmers and Palaeolithic hunter-gatherers was more complex than we thought.

Collections care during the Museum's January break.

Behind the scenes: Our January Spring Clean

Behind the scenes: The collection at Bexhill Museum gets some tender loving care while it closes its doors for its annual January Spring Clean.


Blazing Saddles: Celebrating Sussex women cyclists in history

Bexhill Museum is pleased to support Blazing Saddles – a new two-year project exploring the pioneering heritage of women cyclists since the 189os..


Marie de France – Pioneering 12th Century Female Writer

A season of talks by experts & artists to accompany Marie in the Margins – a video installation inspired by 12th century author Marie de France.


Holiday Activities & Food (HAF) Event: Get Creative!

Join Bexhill Museum & partners’ creative exploration of the town’s smuggling trade. For children aged between seven & 11 eligible for free school meals.


A digital exploration of a mysterious museum object

Iraqi-born artist Jananne Al-Ani shines a digital light on a beautiful brass artefact in a remarkable exhibition at Eastbourne’s Towner Gallery.


Rare papers trace the bureaucracy behind Slavery’s cruelty

Museum archives reveal the peculiar bureaucracy behind the cruelty of slavery, as members of the Royal Family face protests during their Caribbean tours.

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