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Our second visit to this museum, there is a video downstairs for people who cannot climb the wooden staircase and the staff are very friendly. Someone generally walks you round, talking about the history and exibhits, my husband loves it here, I stayed and watched...More
Would recommend anyone to visit this quaint little museum at the Gatehouse on the top of the hill next to Minster Abbey in Minster on the Isle of Sheppey. Lovely setting with the best views on the island. Lots of antiquities to browse, nice staff...More
This is positioned next to the Abbey and contains a variety of historical pieces about the history of Sheppey. It is a little overcrowded but the volunteers are very helpful and informative. There are great views from the roof top 360 of the island!
A great place to visit if you want to find out more about the history of The Isle of Sheppey. Set over several floors and some steep steps that lead up to the roof - well worth the small climb for the view. Run by...More
as you come over the new sheppey crossing standing on top of the hill in the distance to your right you will see the spire of minster Abbey and it's ancient gate house also with leach gate that many a father and bride have walked...More
As part of visiting Sheppey, you need to have visited this museum. You can truly see that the volunteers do all to make it a wonderful visit. I loved the sight when you were on top of the building, we done that 18 years ago...More
When we arrived I told my boys 'we'll on be in here foe about 15 minutes, its tiny'
Three floors of amazing exhibits and staff who really care about the place and their visitors. We were given a tour my an amazing gentleman who...More
The photograph is incorrect. It shows Minster Abbey not Minster Gatehouse Museum. The Gatehouse has a festive Christmas tree and lights around the turrets on the roof. Father Christmas was in residence too.
The museum is quite small and and has several stair cases. Some of these are tight spiral staircases. This means it is unsuitable if you are disabled or in a wheel chair. This is due to the building being an old medieval gatehouse. There are...More
Thank Keith J
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