Exciting news: The Corfe Castle Museum has reopened, featuring fantastic new displays and exhibitions for visitors to enjoy.
The new exhibition offers a glimpse into the local history of Corfe Castle and the Isle of Purbeck, beginning with the famous Iguanodon (dinosaur) footprints and extending through to the present day. It incorporates numerous engaging interactive exhibits and a new touchscreen showcases aspects of village life, celebrations, and traditions.
The interactive touchscreen also features a collection of short videos made by students from the Corfe Castle Primary School Local History Project.
Admission to the museum is free, and usually open from 10am to 6pm every day throughout the year.
More information, opening times and location can be found on the Corfe Castle Town Trust and Museum page.