We are now OPEN for the Summer season!

As part of the SET SAIL project, we are pleased to invite you to view our exciting virtual tour!

This shows all the galleries in the museum, and gives a unique way to tour the exhibits and see the place from a different angle. We hope you enjoy it… and please feel free to make donations to the museum if you would like to. This project has been supported by funding from North Devon District Council.

Virtual Tour

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Welcome to Combe Martin Museum and Information Point

Combe Martin Museum and Information Point is a Registered Charity (No.1167141 ) and Accredited museum  based virtually on the beach in the seaside village of Combe Martin.  The museum has been re housed  through Heritage Lottery funding in a completely refurbished building.   We offer an attractive, interesting and easily accessible resource for anyone interested in the history of Combe Martin and the surrounding area. The museum is fully accessible with  a disability lift to all floors. Toilets, including an accessible toilet and baby changing space, are available in nearby Kiln car park. We are a Makaton friendly museum and all displays are accessible to those with visual impairment through the use of the ‘Discovery Pen’ audio device.

  • The use of an Ancestry Research Point
  • A3/A4 laminating/copy shop service and computer use
  • Free wi-fi

We hold regular Coffee Mornings every two weeks on a Tuesday when entry to the museum is free (see our events page),   Children’s Craft Workshops during school holidays and Seashore Safaris.  We will be listing all of our events in the Events section of our website, keep checking back for some exciting future events.  For more information about the museum and what we can offer or if you have any questions please get in touch, we will be very pleased to hear from you.

Our latest updated leaflet is available here:https://combemartinmuseum.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/CM-MUSEUM-leaflet-2023-FINAL-1.pdf

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    1. Hi Jason, I’m afraid the motorcycle museum hasn’t been operating here for some years. Unfortunately their website is still available, but as a separate organisation we can’t do anything to edit it or update it. We have some wonderful local history exhibits here – but no motorbikes I’m afraid!

  1. I have a selection of photographs of Combe Martin residents c 1912. Would this be of interest to your museum. . I can give information of one of the residents in the pictures until her death c1998

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