Fareham’s local museum, tells the story of the Borough. Set in a fabulous Georgian building, the museum is right in the heart of Fareham. There are regular exhibitions and free family activities all year round and during the school holidays.
Discover the fascinating role that Fareham has played through the work of local people. Learn about Fareham’s industries, as a major supplier of strawberries, chimneypots and bricks and as a centre for building innovative and advanced boats.
A family-friendly gallery shows how Fareham people have lived - from objects used 9,000 years ago to the present day. Travel through Fareham’s history yourself by joining in to play The Fareham Game.
Relax in the elegant surroundings overlooking the garden... enjoy the excellent coffee and delicious home made cakes. There is also a beautiful Georgian fire place, originally from nearby Cams Hall, as well as a number of local paintings.
West Street, Fareham PO16 0JJ
For schools enquiries only
tel 023 9250 1957
tel 01329 822063
Market Day Monday Opening!
From Monday 24 February, Westbury Manor Museum will be open on Mondays, Fareham’s traditional market day. We will be hosting a number of Market Day Monday events, so check out the What's On section to see what’s happening.