Nostalgia wins top award for How We Lived Then

The Grocer's Shop at How We Lived Then Museum of Shops SUS-141006-131010001

The Grocer's Shop at How We Lived Then Museum of Shops SUS-141006-131010001

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Eastbourne’s museum of shops in Cornfield Terrace has been awarded a coveted award.

‘How We Lived Then’ has received top travel review site Trip Advisor’s Certificate of Excellence for the third year running. Graham Upton who owns the museum with his wife Jan said,“We are really pleased that so many of the thousands of visitors we receive each year take the trouble to put a good review on this site. It’s good to know that all our hard work over the past 26 years is appreciated.”

How We Lived Then has been established in Cornfield Terrace for 26 years and is considered a vital part of the town’s complement of thriving tourist attractions. The Museum has well over 100,000 exhibits laid out on the four floors of old shops, room settings and displays collected by the owners over the last 50 years.

 

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