South & South East England > Places to Visit > Museums
For nearly 200 years, Stapehill Abbey was a place of quiet retreat and meditation locked away from the outside world, Home to a Silent Order of Nuns. It is now a museum, farm, gardens and craft centre.
The museum draws together a wealth of objects which recall days long gone and others which seem like only yesterday.
Tudor House Museum
Everyone's favourite museum, this beautiful house was built for John Dawtrey and his wife Jane in 1495.
Ventnor Heritage Museum
The museum holds an annual exhibition every year. Apart from the exhibition hall, we also have an extensive archive section with many hundreds of items referring to Ventnor and the surrounding area.
The collections and services of St Albans museums including the Roman Verulamium museum, 3rd largest city in Roman Britain and Museum of St Albans with new exhibitions every few months.
West Gate Towers
One of England's finest mediaeval fortified gatehouses, with arms and armour displays, prison cells and panoramic views from the battlements.
Whitstable Museum & Art Gallery
Whitstable's unique coastal community andseafaring traditions are the main themes of the town's lively museum; with special features on oysters, diving and shipping. The museum hosts regular exhibitions.
Travel back in time, and experience some of the major changes that have created the Basingstoke that we know today.
Aldershot Military Museum
Aldershot Military Museum, the history of the home of the British Army and the birthplace of British aviation.
Battle of Flowers Museum
Why not come on safari with us at the Battle of Flowers Museum. See a wonderland of animals, meet the zebras, lions, the 101 Dalmatians and lots of other interesting animals. All of the exhibits are made from Harestails and Marram Grass.
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