We have a varied programme of exhibitions, events and activities for all the family.

Community Cases

What will be in the case for 2024?

Throughout 2024

We are looking to get the community involved in the exhibitions and displays in 2024.

Are you part of a community group or local school? Do you want to showcase your groups work, awards or anniversaries? Has your Scouting or Guiding Unit done some amazing badge work?

Then contact the Museum and see how you can be involved in the Museum’s programme for 2024!



Events held at Rustington Museum 

Family events are held in the school holidays and the talks are every 3rd Wednesday of the month (unless otherwise stated).

Talk: Angmering Station

Wednesday, 17 April 2024

2 – 4pm

Speaker: Kelvan Gale

A pictorial history of Angmering Station with Kelvan Gale, with pictures from his research and the Museum Collection.

To book tickets, contact the Museum or:


For more details contact us.

Image: Angering Station staff in 1912 from Museum Collection

Talk: Coasting Along Sussex

Wednesday, 15 May 2024,
7 – 9pm

Speaker: Geoffrey Mead

Take a journey along the Sussex coats and take in the natural and man-made sights along the way. Discover new places to explore on this pictorial journey.

To book tickets, contact the Museum or:


For more details contact us.

Image: postcard of “The Beach, Rustington-on-sea” from the Museum Collection.


Talk: Rustington on D-Day

Wednesday, 5 June  2024
2 – 4pm

Speaker: Graeme Taylor

From his Mum’s (Mary Taylor) archives and his own research, Graeme tells what was happening in Rustington and the local around D-Day, and the troops that were stationed in the Village.

To book tickets contact the Museum or:


For more details contact us.

Image: blockhouse in WW2 Rustington

Family Activities – now available on-line

Jigsaw Puzzles

Knightscroft Hotel

Follow the link below to discover online jigsaws based on postcards in the Museum Collection:


 Tell us your fastest times on our Facebook page!


Word Search

Famous names and homes

Search for the names of some of the famous names that lived in Rustington and the names of their homes.

Follow this link:



Colouring in

St Peter’s and St Paul’s Church

Print off a copy of the colouring page to add some colour to this picture.





We have a small, but growing, team of dedicated volunteers.

Our volunteers assist the museum staff with researching, cataloguing, stewarding, interviewing people as part of Rustington Remembers, and much more.

The volunteers are an invaluable to running the museum and making it a success.