Museum

SEAFORD MUSEUM and HERITAGE SOCIETY

MARTELLO TOWER - ESPLANADE - SEAFORD - EAST SUSSEX - ENGLAND
Registered Charity No. 1158790

During January 2020, these pages will be replaced by a new web-site.
Wishing all readers a Happy New Year from your old web-master for the last 20 years,
Mick Barrett

Our 50th Anniversary Year

Seaford Museum and Heritage Society first opened to the public in 1970, moving to the newly restored Martello Tower in April 1979.

Things have not stood still for Seaford Museum. In 2018, with funding from the Keith Baker
Memorial Trust and the Heritage Lottery Fund, a new bridge was installed allowing access to the
original entrance again. A lift and ramps were also installed to allow step-free access to all levels of
the Museum for the less able.

The Museum is run entirely by volunteers and relies on entry fees and fund raising to pay running costs, the most expensive of which are electricity and insurance.
Any donations are very welcome and we have just installed a facility to pay on line via PayPal. If you would like to donate, you can do so via the link below. We would not be able to acknowledge donations but they would be much appreciated.




Member of
Sussex Museums
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Registered Museum
No. 1497

News & Notices

Lewes Lottery
The Museum has joined the Lewes District Lottery as a nominated good cause. You could win up to £25,000. Tickets cost £1 each and 50p of that will go to the society if you nominate us.
Click here to play
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Web-site Changes

Click here for the changes during 2020.
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Sussex Heritage Trust Awards

We are pleased that the new Museum improved access arrangement was "Highly Commended" at the recent awards.

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Newhaven Fort, Seaford’s Martello Tower and The Redoubt Fortress in Eastbourne have joined forces to create the Sussex Coastal Forts partnership (SCF)

This SCF partnership has introduced a shared ticketing scheme and visitors to any one of the three attractions can take their ‘proof of entry’ from their first visit to either of the other two attractions and gain reduced admission.