The Museum of British Surfing closes at 3pm today, Sunday December 30th to refit for our new exhibition ‘Sixties SURFER!’ – we’ll be open again in time for Easter 2013.
It is the last chance to see ‘The Art of Surf’, an exhibition created from the Museum of British Surfing’s collection of surfboards and artwork dating back more than two centuries.
Many people describe the act of surfing as an art, and creativity has been at the heart of the wave riding experience for hundreds of years.
Early explorers sketched surfers; surfers decorated their boards, took photos and made films; advertisers plundered surfing’s rich imagery – and today in Britain there’s a flourishing art scene inspired by surfing. Now it’s time to immerse yourself in ‘The Art of Surf’.
Admission charges apply – for details, opening times in December and Christmas and see the Visitor & Contact Information section of our website.
Please note we are closed to the public in January, February and part of March – opening for Easter 2013. If you want to arrange a group or private visit during this time – or if you need tickets for our next charity big wave film night on Januaru 10th – please call 01271 815155.