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Brixham Heritage Museum, Brixham, Devon

Brixham Heritage Museum
Bolton Cross
Brixham
Devon

TQ5 8LZ | View map
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The Museum is housed in the town's old police station. It has a large, unique, collection of artefacts assembled over the last 50 years, which will give you a fascinating insight into the history of Brixham. Displays include the maritime heritage with scale model boats, trawler fishing heritage, reconstructions of an 18th century cottage, a Victorian parlour and nursery, the original 1900s police cell, the Brixham branch line railway 1868-1963, Prince William of Orange, and newly set up exhibition about the living quarters in the Berry Head Barracks, 18C. Plus Henry Francis Lyte exhibition ("Abide With Me") who was the Vicar of Lower Brixham.

Family History Research facilities. Giftshop and books for sale. Website www.brixhamheritage.org.uk

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Months Open: 16 Feb-3 Apr 1000-1300; 5 Apr-30 Oct 1000-1700
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Please pre-book
Discount for Groups: Yes
Admission Price: Adults: 1.50
Children/Concessions: 75p

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