HUNDREDS of visitors enjoyed finding out more about Bognor Regis over Easter.
The town’s museum is celebrating a bumper holiday period.
Its Easter egg hunt for its younger visitors, two of whom are pictured left, has proved popular as they become sleuths to find the eggs among the displays and claim the lollipop prizes.
Bognor Regis Local History Society chairman Greg Burt said on Wednesday: “We really have had a cracking Easter.
“We have had 362 visitors since Good Friday, which is egg-ceptionally good for us.
“The rain did play its part in driving people into the warm, but it just shows how important a varied programme of free-to-enter events is to attract more visitors.”
As reported, the West Street museum has several new displays this summer. It is open 10am-4pm, Tuesdays to Sundays and bank holidays.