Welcome to Littlehampton Museum

Opening Times

Monday-Friday 9.00M-16.30pm

Saturday 10.30am-16.30pm

Closed Sundays and Bank Holidays

From Monday 19th July you no longer need to book your visit but some restrictions will remain in place for the safety of our visitors staff and volunteers. Please head to the visit us page to find out more.

Cant visit? you can still visit our Digital Museum for online exhibitions, talks, videos and activities.

Staff are available for online enquiries via email, see our About page for details.

For up to date information please see the Town Council website www.littlehampton-tc.gov.uk/coronavirus

chalk rainbow on pavement

 

 

 

Atlas moth illustration by Richard Kemp

Littlehampton in Lockdown: Archive Project

2020 and 2021 has been a year for the history books and Littlehampton Museum needs your help to record the Town’s response to the Coronavirus Pandemic.

The Museum plans to build an archive of documents, photographs and artwork that show how Littlehampton responded to life during the COVID-19 lockdown. Residents have the opportunity to submit an item into the archive which will then form part of the permanent collection within the Museum. 

Click here to find out more

 

 

Butterworth Butterflies

While the Museum was closed we put together a new page exploring our Butterfly Collections. You can find out all about our Places of Science Project, find some fun resources or explore the collection. 

Click the link below to find out more!

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Exhibition: Golden Summers

Take a trip back to the golden age of seaside holidays this summer with our brand-new exhibition ‘Littlehampton’s Golden Summers’. In this fun, interactive display full of glorious archive photographs and memorabilia, we will be looking at just what it was that made Littlehampton the place to be 100 years ago.

Find out more

 

Our Collections

Littlehampton Museum's mission is to make the local communities' collections as accessible as possible. As the collections contain almost 30,000 objects, it is impossible to display them all within the museum. In addition to traditional access through displays, exhibitions and talks, we are embracing digital platforms.

Use the images below to dig through some of our favourite collections, or click here to view all our collections.