Arrangements can be made for group visits outside the normal opening times. These may be school visits, groups of young people (eg cubs, guides, etc.) or adult groups. Special entry fees apply to these visits as extra manning has to be arranged.
Group visits are to be booked at least 2 weeks in advance to email@example.com
- When making a booking, it would be useful to indicate if the group would like the shop to be open during the visit.
- All fees assume that the visit is no longer than 2 hours.
- There are no refreshments available.
- Toilet facilities are the public toilets outside of the museum. There are no toilet or washing facilities in the Museum.
School visits are an important feature of the museum, providing both education and fun We can provide an interactive session which involves object handling and a chance to discover more about Victorian times, along with a guided tour of the museum. Visits can cover inventions and other aspects of Victorian life. The museum not only has displays covering Seaford history, there is also a wealth of items relating to social history.
For older children learning about the coastline, we have an informative DVD presentation covering the creation of Seaford’s sea defences, which can be followed by a visit to the roof to view the beach from above.
For all school visits we can accommodate up to 30 children at a time, who must be accompanied by at least 4 adults. ie 8:1 child:adult ratio.
Fees are £2 a head for interactive visits, £1.50 a head for standard guided visits, with a minimum group charge of £25.
All accompanying adults are admitted free of charge.
School group visits are to be booked at least 2 weeks in advance to:
Other Groups of Young People
Other children's or youngster groups are also welcome. Conditions are similar to those of school visits but the number of adults may be reduced to 10:1 for youngsters over 16 years of age.
The cost is £2.50 per head for adult groups with a minimum group cost of £25.- (ie 10 or less adults costs £25.-)