Southsea seafront museum is open during revamp

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THE D-Day museum on Southsea seafront is undergoing refurbishment – but remains open as usual.

Its entrance is being revamped in an effort to make it more attractive for visitors to the museum and to Portsmouth Visitor Information Service.

All work taking place is part of the vision in Portsmouth City Council’s seafront masterplan which it hopes will enhance the area at night with new illuminated signs.

Visitors to the D-Day museum can still use a temporary entrance at the back of the museum, through the Yellow Kite café.

Seafront manager David Evans said: ‘We are making improvements to the appearance of the museum, which will attract more visitors and fit in with the seafront masterplan.

‘The museum is open as usual – pop down and have a look.’