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Chichester District Museum

Chichester District Museum nestles at the end of a quaint 18th Century street in Little London. In fact it is located in a former corn store. There is plenty to see since the museum is in possession of a wide variety of exhibits, and best of all admission is FREE. The exhibits date from pre-history to the reign of our current monarch, Elizabeth II, The City of Chichester's history is varied and broad. The museum includes exhibits from the times before man populated the area, mesolithic, neolithic, bronze, and iron ages, The Romans, The Saxons, The Normans and The Tudors, The English Civil War, and the more recent periods of Georgian, Victorian and modern Chichester

Although a little dated in terms of interactivity, the museum staff organise a wide variety of events and exhibitions throughout the year. There are a number of historic walks and talks, as well as programmes specially created for children and the family. However, if you are a wheelchair user please beware that you access will be limited to the ground floor.

 

 

Chichester District Museum
29 Little London
Chichester
West Sussex
PO19 1PB
(01243) 784683
10.00-5.30 Tuesday - Saturday. Not open Sunday, Mondays or public holidays.

Chichester District Museum's official website