Last admission 4pm
Adults - £3.00
Senior citizens - £2.00
Children (5 -16) - £1.00
Situated in the pictureseque village and sea port of Appledore - on the estuary of the Taw and Torridge rivers - the North Devon Maritime museum offers a fascinating insight into the rich shipbuilding and seafaring history of the area.
In seven exhibition rooms, visitors can discover the WWII beach landing experiments, sail and steam vessels, shipwrecks and much more.
To find out more, visit the Collections page
Interactive Video Display
An accessible and interactive video display, installed on the ground floor, it shows films relating to North Devon's maritime heritage and its Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This project has been funded by the North Devon Coast AONB Sustainable Development Fund. Please see News and Links page for more information.
For further information Tel: 01237 422064
Registered Charity No: 267268
1st April - 31st October
10.30 am - 5pm
We also have facilities for researchers
contact us for details.
Hobart's Funnies were a number of unusually modified tanks and vehicles devloped during the Second World War and many tested here in North Devon
Fun for Children
Children can enjoy our interactive exhibits as well as fun quizes for all ages with a guaranteed prize for those taking part
Smuggling boats landed goods from the continent on the north coast of Devon.
Can You Help
Do you have some free time and enjoy helping people?
We have a great range of fun and crazy gifts for the whole family and crew including an impressive selection of books
WW1 Q Ships
Ship building at Appledore and Bideford during the Second World War
Certificate of Excellence 2014