Book now for our evening talks series

‘Tales of the Downs and Beyond’ is our exciting series of evening talks here at the Museum, for which tickets are now available.

Running from 10 April through to 4 July, this year’s evening talks programme covers a wide range of topics including art, history, wildlife, and food and drink.

Highlights include:

  • A Sussex Wildlife Safari: Exploring the Nature Reserves of Sussex Wildlife Trust, 10 April
  • From Thrift to Therapy: The Colourful History of Patchwork and Quilting, 26 April
  • Cakes and Ale: Food and Drink in Sussex Inns, Taverns and Alehouses c. 1550-1750, 3 May
  • A History of Southdown Wool Told Through Ten Objects, 5 June
  • Drugs from Natural Sources, 28 June

For the full talks programme, please visit the Museum’s evening talks page.

Ticket prices

Tickets are £14 per person, per talk and include tea, coffee and cake from 6pm. Talks begin at 6.30pm and run for 60 to 90 minutes.

Concessions: Museum Annual Members pay £10 per talk and Museum volunteers pay £5 each.

Special offer: book five places at our evening talks and receive a sixth place free.

How to book

Tickets are strictly limited and must be booked in advance – find out more on our evening talks page, where tickets can be purchased online. Alternatively, please contact the Museum’s Courses team for tickets by calling 01243 811021 or emailing [email protected].