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Westbury Manor Museum, Fareham

(4.3/5 based on 40 reviews on the web)
Part of Hamsphire Cultural Trust

Fareham’s local museum, tells the story of the Borough from Portchester to Warsash, from Hill Head to Swanwick. Set in a fabulous Georgian building, the museum is right in the heart of Fareham town centre.

Families are more than welcome at Westbury Manor Museum, as well as the fascinating local displays and temporary exhibitions Westbury Manor Museum also has:

A dressing up box that children love, turn yourself into an insect, a solider, a stone age hunter and lots more.

A wooden railway that parents will love as much the children

Colouring and craft activities in the resource room

Special events and workshops

A selection of snacks and drinks in the coffee shop

A selection of small toys and gifts to purchase.

A baby change facility

The museum staff will welcome you with a smile and are happy to help in any way they can
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  • Obsolutely brilliant but go down to bottom of Market car park first and cross over to rthe Quay, take a picture with mobile from the Quay looking at the railway arches then go into museum and look at ...  more »
  • Nice museum and a lovely little cafe also. Dropped in as a sentimental journey for my wife as she was born in fareham. Enjoyed the museum and the cafe was very welcoming.  more »
  • A lovely building seemingly often walked past. Once inside a museum of local history, a small and friendly gift shop and a quaint Cafe, not heaving like others on the High Street. An ideal visit for a...  more »