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All reviews natural history quiz sheet stuffed animals former church private collection gift shop packed to the rafters floor to ceiling huge collection small prize rainy day the owner packed full amazing collection well worth a visit all ages family ticket
So glad to see that the museum is still up and running, even 15 years since the last time I visited!
Uostairs is a timeline of the different eras of history so you can refresh yourself before wading through the thousands of specimens! It's good...More
A real treasure! We only had a brief visit but could easily have stayed longer as there was so much to see and read! The fossils, bones, models and more were amazing, and the building was beautiful. The owner was really friendly and we had...More
We've just come back from a weekend where we visited the Lyme Regis fossil museum and went on one of their guided fossil walks. It was absolutely brilliant!! We went trying to learn more about what to look for is you're hunting for fossils, but...More
If like me and my family your looking for some great local knowledge, history, and a load of fossils, this is for you!
The building has history,it’s an old church, the fossils are amazing from the minute you walk in!
We met the owner today,...More
We popped in here for a quick look when passing by.
There’s a £5 fee per adult, apparently the museum is mainly supported by funds from entry fees so we figured was a good cause.
When you enter through the door from the reception area...More
An excellent museum, crammed full of exhibits, and lots of things to read explaining the history of the earth - and up to date stuff too, much of it extremely witty. The admission charge is not bad, considering the amount of time you could spend...More
Very well laid out museum, with a vast collection of fossils and information. Went round twice and could easily of spent the whole day. Dog enjoyed it just as much as we did (bonus points for being dog friendly, and for making the lad feel...More
Response from Ziggy1973 | Reviewed this property |
I’m afraid not. It’s a small place with narrow pathways. The pathways are narrow to allow more space for the exhibits. There are some parts where a wheelchair can pass by, but definitely not upstairs. There are windy stairs... More
I’m afraid not. It’s a small place with narrow pathways. The pathways are narrow to allow more space for the exhibits. There are some parts where a wheelchair can pass by, but definitely not upstairs. There are windy stairs leading upstairs where a wheelchair will definitely not fit. And no lift. Really sorry.