Attraction in Hastings
A museum containing displays of dinosaurs, local wildlife, Native Americans and Grey Owl, paintings, ceramics and features on John Logie Baird and Robert Tressell. The adjoining Durbar Hall was built as part of an Indian
palace for the Indian and Colonial exhibition of 1886 and contains material from India, the Far East and Australasia collected by the Brassey family in the 1870s and 1880s. There are two temporary exhibition galleries showing a
changing programme of visual art.
Picnic site available
Months Open: All Year
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Up to 40 - Educational visits welcomed.
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