Face coverings will now be compulsory

Face coverings will now be compulsory

New government regulations will be introduced making face coverings mandatory for guests and visitors in indoor tourist attractions such as aquariums, zoos, farms, museums and cultural sites, theatres, cinemas, beauty and hair salons, social clubs, indoor entertainment venues such as amusement arcades, funfairs, adventure activities escape rooms) and bingo and concert halls. Although mandatory from 8th August, face coverings are recommended with immediate effect. At The True CRIME Museum we are doing everything we can to help keep our customers and staff team as safe as possible. Please read our up to date Covid-19/Coronavirus measures before coming to visit. https://www.truecrimemuseum.co.uk/visit/ ...
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CRIME Walk Event to go ahead!

CRIME Walk Event to go ahead!

Our popular CRIME Walk Returns! It's been amazing to weclome back visitors to The True CRIME Museum this month, and we're delighted to announce that our scheduled CRIME Walk of Hastings event is still taking place on Wednesday 19th August 2020! So if you fancy joining us on a journey through the past revealing some of the town’s most fascinating crimes, then buy your tickets today! In the heart of Hastings, intriguing cases and hidden crime scenes await… Some old, some new, some creepy, some tragic, and one which is pure comedy! Discover the bloody consequences of a young bike gang member taunted and mocked too far. The shocking and tragic details of the only murder committed in Hastings during WW2. The Hell Raising night on the town that turned into a right old Carry On! A furious town centre clash that left a Hastings Observer columnist dead with a gunshot to the head. The pretty nineteen year old American tourist who vowed to make a Hastings waiter her husband - and...
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