Teignmouth And Shaldon Museum

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29 French Street Teignmouth Devon
TQ14 8ST
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01626 777041
Teignmouth  & Shaldon Museum is  set in a converted eighteenth century dwelling in the middle of the town, is a delightful celebration of the local area’s long association with the sea.
At the museum you will encounter  a brief introduction to some of the important people and happenings in Teignmouth’s and Shaldon’s past. These include local hero Sir Edward Pellew, one of the leading naval heroes; Donald  Crowhurst who died seeking maritime glory; Parish Alvars who became the world’s leading harpist and composer for the harp; local artist Thomas Luny whose sea pictures are world famous,. and much more - including the Church Rocks Wreck of a sixteenth century Venetian trading galley found a hundred yards or so from Teignmouth beach.

Opening Times

Easter Saturday and Easter Monday,
and then from May 1st to mid-October
Monday to Saturday 10 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.
Sundays 2 to 4.30 p.m. School holidays only

Admission Fees

Adults: £2.00 Escorted children: free

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