This tour is a special opening of the Seaford Museum for the Lewes History Group, and is on the first non-public day after the opening of the Display for the 150th Anniversary of the Railway extending to Seaford.
The special presentation comprises audio-visual displays as well as the model railway and all of the “shops” which make a Seaford Museum visit such a treat. You can enter the redesigned dress shop, and see the new camera shop featuring a VPK (Vest Pocket Kodak), as used by soldiers in the WW1 trenches to record the horrors they encountered. The last 150 years are captured in this unique opportunity to see how our ancestors lived.
Image copyright Paul Farmer
Time: The museum will be open from 2.00 pm for Lewes History Group members.
Admission is by ticket at £3.00
Tickets are available for this and other LHG outings from Paul Waller (Outings Organiser) on meeting nights at The King’s Church in Lewes, by contacting him on 01323 872088, or by using the contact form below.
It is essential that you book well in advance for these trips
The outings are primarily for Lewes History Group members only, but they may purchase tickets for accompanying non-members. When possible tours will be exclusively for LHG.
All members are asked to make their own way to the venue in good time. Regrettably we are not able to to arrange transportation for these trips.
The train from Lewes to Seaford may be an excellent way to travel on this occasion: the 13.28 from Lewes arrives at Seaford 13.46.
See the Members’ Visits page for a list of forthcoming monthly trips organised by the Lewes History Group.
Contact Paul Waller for tickets using this form: