Seaford Museum of Local History
History, tourist information, and nearby accommodation
The museum exhibits include historic tableaux illustrating subjects ranging from prehistoric times to WWII. Included are a Victorian chemist's shop, a grocers, toyshop, ironmonger, and a wartime kitchen.
In addition, see wireless equipment, early office equipment, and a scale model of Seaford railway station in 1926. There is also a collection telling the history of shipwrecks in the Seaford area.
A special feature of the museum is a register of all the houses in Seaford, with their histories.
About Seaford Museum of Local History
Address: Martello Tower 74, The Esplanade, Seaford, East Sussex, England, BN25 9BH
Attraction Type: Museum
Location: Located in the Martello Tower near the cliffs on the seafront. For satnavs use the postcode BN25 1JH
Website: Seaford Museum of Local History
Photo Credit: Steve Daniels, licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons Licence
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