|Location||Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, England|
|Website||Museum web site|
The Weston-super-Mare Museum is a museum in Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset, England. The museum, which charges a fee for entry, details the history of Weston-super-Mare and the surrounding area from pre-historic times up to the present day.
The collection includes archaeological exhibits, including those from Worlebury Camp an Iron Age hill fort. Social history is also covered with a particular focus on local industries including Royal Potteries in the town, seaside holidays, costume and domestic life.
There are also replicas of a 19th-century chemist shop, and exhibits which explores life on the Home Front for the people of North Somerset during the Second World War, from air-raids to vegetable plots, and secret weapons developed on Birnbeck Island.
In August 2008, the museum added the Grand Pier exhibition, telling viewers about the fire.