Poole Museum is a local history museum situated on the Lower High Street in the Old Town area of Poole, Dorset, and is part of the Borough of Poole Museum Service. Entrance to Poole Museum is free, and the museum is the fifth most visited free attraction in South West England.
Set in a Victorian quayside warehouse, the Museum’s galleries tell the story of the historic maritime town of Poole and its harbour from prehistory to the 21st century, with display from archaeology to art, pirates to potteries.
You can find a wealth of information in the Poole tourist information centre, we provide maps, travel timetables and display a brilliant range of leaflets.
City Cruises Poole is the Poole arm of City Cruises, the leading operator of sightseeing services on the River Thames. We offer a wide variety of daily tours to suit all ages all year round. Working closely alongside Swanage Railway and City Sightseeing Bus we are able to combine your ticket and cater your trip … Continued