Postcards maybe a declining method of communication but they are still synonymous with seaside towns and non more so than Donald McGill’s double entendre saucy postcards from 1930’s and 40’s. He produced over 12,000 postcards in his lifetime and the fascinating history of his work can be found in this museum in Ryde dedicated to his work.
Entry is £3 for adults and 1p for children under 5.
Open 11am-4ish Monday to Saturday
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