Kent Museum of the Moving Image
Kent Museum of the Moving Image is a not-for-profit museum founded by Prof. Joss Marsh & David Francis O.B.E.
David was one of the two originators of the award-winning London Museum of the Moving Image (MOMI). He was also at various times the Head of the British National Film Archive, and Curator of the Division of Motion Pictures, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound at the Library of Congress (USA).
Joss is a professor, teacher, writer, and actor, with specialties in Victorian Culture and early cinema.
They have brought this museum to their adopted and much-loved hometown of Deal, where they hope revolving exhibits, digital exhibits and space to sit and read and think will make the Museum a real contributor to the community.
Opening Times and Prices
- Open Friday to Sunday 12 noon to 6pm.
- Group tours, at other times, by arrangement.
- Adult entry: £5.50
- Concessions: £4
Every one who buys a ticket can come again, as often as they like, for a full calendar year.