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I did a private tour with some like minded friends and thoroughly enjoyed it and found it fascinating. The 2 maces and ancient horn normally displayed in the museum were displayed for us in an upstairs room. We were allowed to touch one of the...More
We visited the museum as well as the Court room. It was very interesting to learn about the past history of Sandwich and to look at the old artefacts which are well-presented, We were amazed by the Court room and how nice and well-preserved it...More
Well worth a look if in Sandwich. Excellent preserved court room - interesting for the kids to see and the guide had some good stories to bring the room to life. The rest of the museum comprises one small room but it has been very...More
We went there on Sunday, fantastic place and the staff make the whole experience so much better, very friendly and what they dont know about Sandwich and its history is not worth knowing, they gave us a full guided tour of the museum.
We were fortunate to be shown through the old court house because it was Saturday when we visited. That has a great deal of authentic items from centuries long past. The guides were very knowledgeable. The museum is neat, clean and well set out.
Popped in when we visited this interesting and picturesque town. We often look out small museums being involved with one at home. This one is just a single room but nicely laid out with large clear information boards. Pity about the typos!
The court room...More
we went for a visit when walking around sandwich ,firstly it is free ,I thought would be a lot bigger as the building is from outside ,but you only get to go into reception then have a look in the guildhall old court building ,the...More