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Dartmouth Museum

Dartmouth Museum is a small, fascinating and interesting museum housed in an atmospheric old merchant's house, built in approximately 1640. It's the best tourist attraction in Dartmouth, a real treat, and not just for those who already know they like history.

The Museum houses an extensive collection of artefacts, models, paintings and photographs which can help you explore and develop your interests, whether they be in maritime history, the social and economic history of the town of Dartmouth, or the physical changes to the town over the past centuries.

Contact

Contact Name
David Lingard
Contact Position
Chairman
Telephone
01803 832923
07522 149153
E-mail
dartmouth@devonmuseums.net
Website
Dartmouth Museum

Venue

Address
Dartmouth Museum
6 The Butterwalk
Duke Street
Dartmouth
Devon
Postcode
TQ6 9PZ
Facilities
Hearing loop

Further information

Cost Details
Adults: £2.50p Concessions: £2.00 Child aged 12 - 16: 50p , under 12's free. Under 12, accompanied by an adult: free. Annual Membership of the Association: £8 single, £12 for a couple.
Display Date/Time
Summer: Tuesday to Saturday 10.00am - 4.00pm. Sunday and Monday: 1.00pm - 4.00pm. Winter: Daily 1.00pm - 4.00pm. Closed Christmas and New Year
Accreditation/affiliation
Adventure Activities Licensing Authority (AALA), Amateur Boxing Association of England Limited (ABA)
Last updated: 05/03/2019
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