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With 11 rooms over 3 floors the museum is most famous for its display of Piper Bill Millins D-Day bagpipes. The displays in Dawlish Museum are regularly updated and depict life past and present in the town and notably tell the story of the February...more
Hours Today: 10:30 - 17:00
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
The Knowle Barton Terrace | Barton Terrace, Dawlish EX7 9QH, England
lots of very interesting things to see,from old toys to farm tools and lots of local history.
The people working there are very friendly and helpful.Entrance fee is very reasonable.
Well worth a visit,you can even sit in the garden.
Thank pamela w
Andrew W, volunteer at Dawlish Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for taking the time to review the Museum and we're pleased you had such a positive experience.
Great for all things past.Had a wonderful 90min looking and reading about the past. This museum has a wonderful collection of items from all walks of life and is housed in a beautiful house at the bottom of Barton Hill Car Park.
Having been meaning to visit the museum in Dawlish since we moved here, we spent 3 pleasant hours this afternoon leafing through photo albums, watching videos and perusing the varied exhibits. It offers a wide mix that would appeal to all the family. Definitely a...More
Well worth a visit if you are in the area, a lot of history is held here all about Dawlish, history from years back up to date when the storms brought the railway to a standstill. Visit and enjoy, a room dedicated to a Dawlish...More
Having stayed around Dawlish several times, we'd never had a good look around the actual town. I'm glad we now have and I'm also glad we decided to visit this lovely little museum.
We were welcomed warmly by one of the nice volunteers who run...More
Andrew W, volunteer at Dawlish Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 5 August 2017
Many thanks for such a warm and well thought out response. We are pleased you enjoyed your visit to the town and our lovely museum. Thank you.