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Housed in a historic building on the High Street, Marlipins Museum does a good job exhibiting the history of Shoreham. This town has always been a port and much of the museum is devoted to ship models and maritime exhibits. Of particular interest is the...More
Walk down Shoreham high street and you will come across this place. Once inside you will find out all about the local area and its connections to the British cinematic history. There is also a great upstairs space which is used for art and photographic...More
We popped in to the museum during a day trip recently. We weren't expecting much (small town, a bit sleepy) but were pleasantly surprised by what we found in the museum. The building itself is glorious inside and out – a great example of medieval architecture...More
I visited the museum with friends on Saturday (9th August) and we enjoyed spending some time learning about the history of Shoreham. Do watch the video about the early British film making industry. Volunteers are friendly and full of knowledge.The entry fee is £2.50.