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Emsworth Museum is dedicated to preserving, recording and telling the story of the town and its locality through the triumphs and tragedies of its people, businesses and organisations- the story of the oyster industry and its people -PG Wodehouse...more
A very interesting museum of Emsworth. Very good exibits that would interest all age groups. Details of local connections to the literale arts, and references to buildings still in existence and those passed away.
Full of interesting artefacts and snippets about Emsworth's naval heritage and other local history. Friendly, dedicated volunteers. Isn't open enough during the week, however, I appreciate it is run by volunteers, therefore check it is open before you visit!
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This is exactly what it says....a small, local museum, run by volunteers, and with a hidden wealth of history and artefacts about and from Emsworth. We stayed about an hour but there was far too much to take in, so we’ll pop back in from...More
Having lived in Emsworth for numerous years we decided to pop in to see what the museum was like. We found it to be extremely interesting and a fountain of local knowledge. We were able to reminisce as we looked around the museum and left...More
This is one of those great little museums that's got enough local history to be interesting but not too much. A friendly bunch run it, it's free entry so dip your hand's in your pockets and make a donation to keep it running.
Since I lived here a few years ago my daughter has wanted to visit here. We were back to visit this weekend and it was open for business. There's no lift so we had to carry the pushchair up but that was no real hardship,...More