Sittingbourne Heritage Museum
Museum opening announcement - The Museum will be open on Saturday 3rd July and again on Saturday 31st. 10am to 2pm. All being well we will also be open every Saturday through August. Facemasks must be worn for the first opening and this will be reviewed as government guidelines dictate. We look forward to welcoming visitors again!
Split over two levels and several rooms, the museum houses many objects from Sittingbourne and the surrounding villages which have been donated or loaned by local residents and other museums. We are able to have many constantly changing displays as well as our more permanent features such as ‘The Plough‘ finds cabinet of late medieval items rescued from the demolished public house, which once stood opposite the museum. We are always changing our displays and 2015 will see an overhaul of our lower floor displays, so even if you have visited before, there will be a host of new, as yet unseen, items from the museum’s extensive collection.
Make sure you don’t leave without looking through our small gift shop, which not only sells books produced by the museum’s researchers and those by other authors, but also a selection of souvenirs to remember your visit.
The Museum is pleased to announce that it will be open on the first Saturday of each month by appointment only.
The following conditions apply:-
There will be 4 session times available, 10am, 11am, noon and 1pm and will last for 45 minutes maximum.
Groups are to be of 4 people maximum and masks must be worn at all times, as they will be by the volunteer staff.
Bookings are to be made on 07472263388 and need to be made at a minimum of 2 days in advance.
Thank you so much for your support in these difficult times.
Suitable for families