Venue: Halesworth and District Museum, Station Road, Halesworth
When you visit Halesworth, make sure that you visit the Halesworth and District Museum, housed at Halesworth railway station. Special displays are carefully put together and feature all aspects of local life and local people. These displays are regularly changed so that you can come and visit often and see something different every time.
Ticket Details: Entrance is free, though donations are welcomed.
Venue: Dunwich Museum, St James Street, Dunwich
'The small museum with a big story'. Dunwich Museum is the perfect history experience for all the family. It tells the amazing story of a city lost to the sea through the narrative of its collection and the knowledge of its welcoming staff.
Ticket Details: Free Admission but donations toward the cost of running and maintaining the museum are very welcome!
Who to Contact:
The Manager 01728 648 796
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Lighthouse open between the times shown. Climb the steps to see Southwold from a different viewpoint. Adults £4.00. Children (up to the age of 16) £3.00. Family Ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children) £12.00. Please telephone in advance for group bookings of ten or more people. Tours of Southwold Lighthouse are organised by Southwold Millennium Foundation under licence from the Corporation of Trinity House.
20,000 DAYS ON EARTH (15) & NICK CAVE LIVE INTERVIEW
Venue: The Cut Arts Centre, Halesworth
Nick Cave interview is live from New York. Director Iain Forsyth, Jane Pollard, 2014, UK, 95 mins. With Nick Cave, Ray Winstone, Kylie Minogue. 20,000 Days On Earth is a bold vision of one of music’s most mysterious and charismatic figures, the iconic Nick Cave. In their debut feature directors Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard fuse drama and documentary by weaving a cinematically staged day in Cave’s life with never-before-seen verité observation of his full creative cycle.