Why not pay a visit to our superb Gift Shop? We have a wide range of gifts, cards, books, prints, and nautical souvenirs all at reasonable affordable prices!
Many of the gifts are hand made by local artists. The profits from the shop are used to maintain the Shipwreck Museum and update it’s displays.
We accept credit and debit card payments.
16th-Century Shipwrecks Found Amid Rocket Debris Off Florida Coast
Its relatively common to find debris from rocket launches in the waters off Cape Canaveral in Florida, but divers exploring the seabed recently uncovered artifacts from an age of exploration long before America’s space program: 22 cannons and a marble monument in what they think are three 16th-century Spanish shipwrecks. The finds include three ornate […]
Stirling Castle leather hats – launch of Citizen Science initiative
Stirling Castle leather hats – launch of Citizen Science initiative Angela Middleton and Serena Cant launched a Citizen Science appeal on Monday 1 August. Angela is analysing the leather hats from the wreck of the Stirling Castle from a conservation perspective, while Serena has been researching images from c1650 to c1750 in maritime and other […]
Heritage England News
Special Commendation for the Iona II Dive Trail We are delighted to announce that the Historic England funded dive trail on the protected wreck site of the Iona II has received a special judges commendation and runners up award from the Association of Heritage Interpretation. The dive trail was nominated in the Interpretation for a […]
Virtual tour of the Anne
The University of Birmingham’s virtual tour of the Anne. The Anne talk at the Beach Club, Pett Level. Professor Robert Stone giving his presentation and members of the public engaging with the 3D virtual tour.
This week is Old Town Carnival Week
This week is Old Town Carnival Week, don’t stay at home, come along & join in the fun! For the latest news, events & updates, follow one of these links: Old Town Carnival Week 1066.net/carnival Many attractions are free, but do welcome donations as it’s all in aid of various charities – many of them […]
All about the Anne Event
Richard Endsor during his Presentation of Building the Anne, dressed as Sir Phineas Pett who built the Anne. Photographed In St Clement’s Church, Hastings. Saturday 4th July 2015