Westbury Manor Museum re-opened in Summer 2017 following a £665,000 project which transformed it into a vibrant new 'culture stop'.
Westbury Manor Museum is a community museum that first opened in 1990, positioned in the centre of Fareham Town Centre that tells the story of Fareham's local history.
As part of the exciting remodelling project the exhibitions were modernised so that there is a mix of interactive exhibits and digital media. The reception area and café experience has been transformed, there is a community space available for hiring and a shop selling local Hampshire produce.
The second floor includes creative studios suitable for a local start-up business with a cultural theme. Outside, the railings around the front courtyard have been removed to make the museum more open and welcoming and both the front and garden entrances have been remodelled.
The museum is managed and operated by Hampshire Cultural Trust.
To find out more about the trust, including volunteering at the museum please visit - www.hampshireculturaltrust.org.uk .