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Hampshire Cultural Trust Membership

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We are now offering a NEW range of memberships including individual and joint culture cards.

Alongside free, unlimited access into all our admission-charging venues: Milestones Museum, Basing House, Bursledon Windmill, Rockbourne Roman Villa and Aldershot Military Museum, as part of the membership you will also receive exclusive benefits, including:
  • 10% discount in our Hampshire Cultural Trust museum cafes*
  • 10% discount in our Hampshire Cultural Trust shops
  • 10% discount on costume hire at Hampshire Wardrobe, with over 6000 inspiring garments and accessories to create truly unique costumes (must book appointment).
  • Free parking at Itchen Valley Country Park, Southampton (a car sticker will be issued on purchase). Please note, free parking is not included with the Individual or Child Culture Card.
  • An e-newsletter, jam-packed with details of special events and promotions

From 01 May 2017 until 09 October 2017, Culture Card holders will also receive 20% discount on standard admission at The Diving Museum, Gosport.

Only seven years old, The Diving Museum has already collected several awards including being one of the top six most family friendly museums in the UK (2015). Volunteer guides are on hand to educate, entertain and ensure you have an enjoyable visit. Discover the world’s first diving helmet, shake hands with the Iron Man, salute the bravery of the human torpedoes, marvel at the life of a North Sea diver, discover treasure diving, and uncover world records made in Gosport. The Diving Museum, is now also host to the oldest diving helmet in the world which will be on display until 09 October 2017 - see more below!

In addition to its impressive collection of commercial, military, sports and scientific diving exhibits, The Diving Museum has recently added the world’s first successful diving helmet – The Deane Helmet. This iconic prototype was invented by two brothers from Deptford, Charles and John Deane. They developed it into a working helmet that they used on the first ever salvage dive off the Isle of Wight and which John Deane wore when he discovered the Mary Rose in 1836. Their invention was adopted by the Royal Engineers (who taught the Navy how to use it), and it was then introduced to the world by the Royal Navy. At the risk of mis-quoting another British National Treasure, “Not a lot of people know that”. Find out what else “a lot of people don’t know” at The Diving Museum, Gosport. Please note, in order to receive your discount on admission, you must display your culture card at arrival at the museum.

A perfect gift – don’t miss out. Enjoy great days out with Hampshire Cultural Trust.

* 10% discount does not apply at the West End Centre (Aldershot), Forest Arts Centre (New Milton), Ashcroft Arts Centre (Fareham) or Eastleigh Museum.

 **Please note, the child card can be purchased in conjunction with any other Hampshire Cultural Trust membership, but you will not receive a parking pass for Itchen Valley when purchasing a child card or individual card.

** Please note seasonal opening times of selected venues

If you have further questions please refer to our FAQ's section, or call 01962 678140. Please find Terms & Conditions for the card here.

 

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