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Lyme Regis Museum stands in the heart of the town, just where the beautiful coastlines of Dorset and Devon meet on the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site.

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Museum HistoryThe Museum 1920s

The Museum itself has a very interesting history. You can read about it here and download a leaflet.

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Visit UsThe Visit Us page provides details of Lyme Regis Museum's opening times, admission prices, accessibility, and how to get here.

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Contact UsLyme Regis Museum can be contacted by phone, email or post.

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Weddings The Museum allows couples who get married at the Guild Hall, to have photographs taken in our beautiful building. Our wonderful spiral staircase makes a lovely setting. This is a free service. All we ask is that you tell your friends and, if you wish, let us have some pictures to display here. The Museum is also available for small early evening drinks receptions for a fee.

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The museum wishes to thank the Curry Fund of the Geologists' Association for funding this website.

The museum wishes to thank the Department of Geology at the National Museum of Wales for permission to use Sir Henry De La Beche's Durior Antiquior

The museum wishes to thank Travis Graalman for access to his film "The Fossil Hunter".