Travel back through 400 million years of time at Torquay Museum - a hands-on family-friendly visitor attraction, with lots to see and do for children and adults alike.
A wide variety of exhibitions are hosted throughout the year by the Museum, from child-friendly summer blockbusters to fascinating exhibitions about South Devon's amazing archaeology, geology and people.
Detect your way through Britain's only Agatha Christie gallery at Torquay Museum, come face-to-face with North-West Europe's oldest human fossil and explore Ancient Egypt, including the coffin of a 2,500 year old mummified boy. Then follow the incredible journeys made by Torquay's famous explorers, from the frozen wastes of the Antarctic to the depths of the Brazilian rainforest.
OPEN: MONDAY - SATURDAY 10.00am - 4.00pm (last entry at 3.00pm)
CLOSED: SUNDAYS, CHRISTMAS EVE, CHRISTMAS DAY, BOXING DAY and NEW YEARS DAY -
|Child aged 3 - 16||£4.40|
|Child under 3||FREE|
|Family (2 Adults & 2 Children)||£19.70|
|Smaller Family (1 Adult & 2 Children)||£13.50|
Pay Once, Get In Free For a Year!
Our standard ticket gives you unlimited entry to the museum for one year!
Did you know that Torquay Museum has collections of national and international significance? But, as a local museum and registered charity we receive only limited external funding. Your entrance fee helps to ensure that these treasures are safe and accessible for future generations, and enables us to put on exciting exhibitions and events for all
529 Babbacombe Road
A free exhibition on the Streets of Torbay celebrating local heritage through historic images.
Download the free trail leaflet to find 24 historic images hidden around Torquay.
For more info: visit http://torquaymuseum.org/events/details/711/windows-in-time-images-on-the-street
The Secret Museum: There’s More On Display Than Hidden Away is our 175th anniversary exhibition and will be a unique opportunity for some of the huge range of collections held at Torquay Museum to be showcased. 175 objects will be on display, one for each year the Museum has been in existence.