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Back to the Time of Martin Snape: Market Day Drop-In

Drop-in opportunity for adults to explore the Victorian room set at SEARCH Museum.

Explore what life was like at the time of local artist Martin Snape. Drop in from the High Street and enjoy a chat with our friendly volunteers!

  • Victorian Parlour

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Address: SEARCH, 50 Clarence Road, Gosport PO12 1BU
Telephone: 023 9250 1957

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