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Wareham Town Museum

‘Interesting local museum’
An interesting local museum  located in the heart of Wareham on East Street by the main traffic lights and the Town Hall. It tells the story of Wareham from prehistoric times until the present day. Exhibits include Geology including Dinosaur fossils found near Wareham. Archaeology including local Iron Age and Roman artefacts. A replica of Wareham’s Saxon sword, the story of Wareham’s history as a port and market town, Sandford Pottery, Cordite Factory at Holton Heath, and Wareham in World War One. Entrance Price: Free! Open 10 am – 4 pm Monday – Saturday Closed Sunday (Open from April – October)  

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Town Hall East St, Wareham, United Kingdom

01929 553448

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