Museum at The Amelia

Museum at The Amelia

Amelia Museum, Royal Tunbridge Wells
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The Tunbridge Wells Museum & Art Gallery originally dates from 1885.  Whilst the 1950s building is closed for redevelopment some collections are displayed in the Library’s temporary premises at Royal Victoria Place shopping centre (level 1, opposite Fenwick and Muffin Break).  Displays explore the themes of Tunbridge ware, the High Weald, Subbuteo, scientific and political innovation, and Tunbridge Wells as the first holiday resort in England.

Features

  • Guide Dogs permitted?

    Yes

  • Type of Museum/Heritage/Visitor Centre

    Heritage/Visitor Centre, Museum

  • Location features

    In town/city centre

  • Establishment Features

    Self guided activity/route, Groups Accepted, Child Friendly, Family Friendly, Baby changing facilities

  • Catering

    No catering

  • Parking & Transport

    Off site parking (charge)

  • Travel & Trade

    Educational Visits accepted, Meeting Room

  • Accessibility

    All areas accessible to disabled visitors, Staff have had disability awareness training

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  • Thursday Closed
  • Friday Closed
  • Saturday Closed
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