I followed the navigation and did not find the museum, but there is also this brand. Don’t know if it’s right or wrong, the beach can’t be wrong! There is also a pier on the beach. A few brave children jump into the sea here, time after time, without fear of the cold (although every time they jump into the sea, they want to shrink into a ball but they are very cool)! There are lifeguards on the shore to observe, this is a safe beach!
This RNLI museum is located near the bandstand at the entrance to the pier. Its small but houses the old boat that saved countless lives, well worth a quick visit.
I purchased some items from the shop & noticed the museum was free to enter. It was worth a look around as it explained the history of the lifeboat & had some good models.
We popped in as we like to support the RNLI and found it to be excellent and most informative. Well worth a visit and a great cause as well
We are supporters of the RNLI and unfortunately the museum in Feb,was open sat and Sunday only,therefore we did t get to go in and was Dissapointed,our break was till sat am,as we were meeting family ...
Lovely staff here with plenty of information about the Lifeboats new and old. Really interesting and a real treat for maritime history buffs