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All reviews local history seaham harbour worth a visit harbour side nice little gift shop lots of interesting facts small museum great place to visit coffee shop on display restored information stories restoration donation browse exhibits
As a local from Seaham and somebody that was a small boy at the time of Seaham lifeboat disaster I was interested to find out more. It did not disappoint. A lovely little historic site. A must for any local or visitor to the area.
For such a small station it is packed with information and the staff are very friendly one guy even knew the town I was from which prompted more information sharing about the museum and the local area. Nice to come across places like this rather...More
Came across this accidently as not visible from the town (car park sign for marina suggests only for users, we turned back first time). Regenerated harbour area with small outlets and eateries. However small museum covering a lifeboat disaster and RNLI history. Dave gave us...More
This is a very small, but delightful museum with an interesting tale to tell, the recovery and restoration of a former lifeboat, the RNLB George Elmy. The volunteer staff could not be more friendly and informative and provide, at least for the layman, many valuable...More