Deal Maritime and Local History Museum contains the last remaining Deal oared galley and a collection of historic model boats as well as other artefacts and documents illustrating Deal's history. Special exhibitions are put on every season and group visits can be arranged throughout the year.
Dover Museum, the district's largest and most varied museum has a range of fascinating real objects, models and original pictures showing the history and archaeology of Dover .
Dover Transport Museum is set in two acres of attractive grounds with plenty of free car and coach parking. There are more than fifty road vehicles, many set in period road scenes which include shop fronts full of interesting bygones.
The most important collection of Battle of Britain artefacts on show in the country. Aircraft vehicles, weapons, flying equipment, fine art prints and relics recovered from over 600 Battle of Britain aircrafts.
The collection traces the history of the Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment, direct successor of twelve forbear regiments through four and a quarter centuries of service to the Crown. Starting in 1572 with the deployment of a Tudor company to support the Dutch in their war against the Spanish and the raising of a regiment in 1661 to garrison the North African port of Tangier, which earned the first ever awarded battle honour "Tangier 1662-80.
The museum tells the story of Sandwich from early medieval times. There are many well designed illustrative panels relating to the town's history with artefacts dating back to the early 13th century.
The museum features changing displays on local history including Ian Fleming and Noel Coward.
The Museum gives a fascinating insight into the life for women serving their country during the Second World War. The exhibition consists of personal letters from ex-WLA girls, authentic uniforms and factual information.
Video, static and interactive displays cover 3 centuries of involvement in signalling, the fight against smuggling and as a vital link in safe navigation of distant oceans.