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Celebrating 350 years of the moving and projected image

Celebrating 350 years of the moving and projected image

 
 
 
 
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Kent MOMI is a not-for-profit museum that explores the deep history of the moving image — from the days of candle-lit magic lantern performances and hand-painted slides, through Victorian visual experimentation, to the advent and heyday of the cinema.

The museum is situated in the heart of the picturesque Kent seaside town of Deal, two minutes' walk from Deal Railway Station and Deal Pier and Seafront. We believe in community and access. All our exhibitions are changing "special" exhibitions — so there will always be something new to see.

Buying a ticket to Kent MOMI is the same as buying a year's membership. Come back as often as you like for one whole year. Follow us on social media and be a part of the project!

Donate to Kent MOMI
 
 
 
 
 

Facilities

  • Garden and Café serving hot and cold drinks and snacks

  • Museum Shop with a range of cards, gifts and DVDs

  • Contactless card payments accepted, Apple Pay, Android Pay & Samsung Pay
     

  • Disabled access, including lift and WC

  • Disabled parking at the Museum is limited and should be reserved in advance (please contact us ahead of your visit)
     

  • Printed gallery guides for every exhibition

  • Exhibition-extending digital displays and hands-on material

  • Hearing induction loop for screenings (coming in March)

 

TICKETS
£6.00
- Adult
£5.00 - Concession
£4.00 - Under 16

Valid for 12 months!

Open All Year
Friday - Sunday
& Bank Holidays
11 - 6 (May to September)
12 - 5 (October to April)

Location
41 Stanhope Road
Deal, Kent CT14 6AD
United Kingdom

Concessions: Senior Citizens (65+), Students and those in receipt of State Benefit Assistance. 

Groups 10+
Please contact us in advance. Depending on the size of your group, we may be able to arrange a tour or visit outside our normal opening hours.

Tours with the Curators
Please contact us in advance if you would like to arrange a tour with curators. They are often - but not always - on hand.