The Queenborough Guildhall Museum on the Isle of Sheppey tells the history of the town from a small Saxon settlement to a weather borough and royal castle built by Edward III. It is full of Victorian heritage and Queenborough was also home to hundreds of minesweeping vessels during World War II. Artefacts from its rich heritage can be seen and visitors can view the first courtroom of the Guildhall on the Isle of Sheppey, and also take a trip down to the dungeon. Also part of the Wheels of Time scheme for younger visitors.

Opening Hours
April to October
Last entry at 4.30pm
Out of hours visiting can be arranged.

Adult: £.50
Child: Free.

The Museum has a DVD of the Guildhall and Social History Room to enable visitors who are not able to climb the stairs virtual access to the exhibits.


Picture Credit: © Queenborough Guildhall Museum.

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