The Deal Maritime and Local History Museum was founded in 1972 and is administered by a Charitable Trust. It is managed and run entirely by volunteers with the aim of preserving Deal's local and maritime heritage. We have the following galleries: local history; the Royal Marines in Deal; Maritime Gallery which includes boats, a collection of lifebelts and lifejackets, smuggling and the impact of the Goodwin Sands; a model boat room; a Dunkirk exhibition; a WW1 trench; and a boatyard where large items are kept and visitors can enjoy refreshments. We hold special exhibitions every year - see website for details
April, May, September & October Tuesday - Friday: 2pm to 4.30pm Saturday: 11am - 4.30pm Sunday: 12 noon - 4pm June, July & August Tuesday - Saturday: 11am - 4.30pm Sunday: 12 noon - 4pm
£3 for adults, £2 concessions
- National Art Pass
The nearest station is Deal. There are car parks behind the Town Hall, and off Union Street. There is a bike rack by St. George's Church on the High Street, within 100 metres.
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Facilities and services
- Study facilities
Disabled access to ground floor. Refreshments
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