Winchelsea Court Hall Museum
Opening times: May 1st - September 30th | Tues-Sat: 10:30-16:30, Sun: 13:30-16:30 | Tel: 01342 714559
The Court Hall museum contains displays and exhibits
that illustrate the history of the 'Antient Town of
Winchelsea'. The museum is housed in a single large
room on the first floor of the Court Hall,
which is one of the oldest buildings in the town (located in the High St).
Exhibits include maps, models, pictures, seals, local
pottery and items of daily life from the area. Please
see the Museum
Guide (PDF) for more details.
Information to all visitors
The Museum is located on the first level of the medieval Court Hall in the High St and access is via steps (see picture on right). Unfortunately, this would prohibit access to those in wheelchairs, as there is no other entry to the Museum.
We welcome group visits of all kinds. For schools we are able to accommodate small groups of up to 15 with an appropiate helper/ child ratio. Teacher packs are available which include a Children’s Guide (PDF), a Teacher’s Answer Sheet, Museum Plan & an Exhibit Guide.
Please contact by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.