Watchet Museum (Somerset) Reviews
Description:Address: Market Street / Watchet / Somerset / England / TA23 0 / Tel: 01984 631 345
Newest Review: ... noticed the Watchet Museum right in the harbour and decided to take a peek. There is a step at the entrance and the building ... more
Customer Watchet Museum (Somerset) Reviews (1)
by - written on 10/08/10, updated on 10/08/10 (Useful, 21 readings)
I was absolutely compelled to write this review I visited Doniford on my £9.50 sun holiday in June 2010 and on our last day before the journey back we thought we would kill a little time in Watchet Harbour. We noticed the Watchet Museum right in the harbour and decided to take a peek. There is a step at the entrance and the building appears rather small. The admission is free of charge but if you visit there is a donation box on the way out. right from the moment you enter you are bombarded with amazing eye catching artifacts and information. It is packed with facts and history about Watchet and the events and discoveries made around the local ... Read the complete review
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