Museum of British Surfing opens up especially for February half term!
Published: Saturday 15th Feb 2014
Written by: Gloria O'Connell
If you’re in North Devon for the school half term holiday this February, it's well worth taking a trip to the Museum of British Surfing in Braunton. It's one of the many family friendly attractions that this beautiful part of the country has to offer.
They are opening up their doors just for the February half term - Saturday 15th to Saturday 22nd from 11am - 3pm so it's the last chance to see the fantastic exhibition about how surfing swept Britain in a wave of excitement in the 1960s – Sixties SURFER! before installing a new exhibition for the rest of 2014 which is due to open at the end of March. Just for this week only under 16's get in for free!
There is also an opportunity to see a very special 50th anniversary screening of the world’s most famous surf movie, The Endless Summer! The Museum will be hosting this at Croyde Village Hall in association with the world famous Deckchair Cinema on February 15th & 18th at 8pm. Yes, you really can pull up a deckchair & enjoy the search for the perfect wave!
Tickets are £3 and can be bought from the Museum Gift Shop http://www.museumofbritishsurfing.org.uk/shop/