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Poole Museum

<p>Poole Museum</p>

Poole Museum & Scaplen's Court 4 High Street, Poole BH15 1BW

01202 262600

Poole's rich history is revealed in Poole Museum's four floors of galleries.

Displays range from archaeology to art, from pirates to potteries.

The Museum and temporary exhibitions are free of charge, and fully accessible.

The Route One bus stops outside the Museum.

Summer opening hours: Mon - Sun 10am - 5pm Winter opening hours ( From the 7th of November): Mon-Sat 10am -4pm Sun 12 noon - 4pm

For information about Scaplen's Court (Medieval town house) and Herb Garden please call for details.

Nearby is the Local History Centre , where residents and visitors can delve deeper into archives and resources covering the history of Poole and its people. This is a unique facility which can greatly enrich the experience the museum has to offer.

Poole - Things To Do

poole park

poole park

Famous for its aquatic birds and miniature railway, Poole's Victorian park is great venue for relaxing.

Opened in 1890 by HRH Edward Prince of Wales, the park enjoys an open aspect to the south with extensive views across Poole Harbour.

brownsea island ferries

brownsea island ferries

Est.1887 - Poole's Oldest Boat Company with the newest luxury boats - leaving from the Yellow Kiosks on Poole Quay.

Ferries to Brownsea Island & Harbour tours. 

hamworthy park

hamworthy park

Hamworthy Park Beach is a traditional seaside park located in Poole with a quaint sandy beach with fantastic views over Poole Harbour and the Purbecks.

Poole - Food & Drink Recommendations

Restaurant Recommendations Poole

Restaurant Recommendations Poole

From fishermans cafes to up market celebrity restaurants, Poole really has it all.

delicatessans and cafes

delicatessans and cafes

There are numerous coffee shops and cafes on The Quay and nearby.

Poole Bars and Pubs

Poole Bars and Pubs

Numerous choices all along the Quay or nearby in the Old town centre.