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  1. Dress Up Your Dog Day at The True Crime Museum, Hastings

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    Dress up your dog day

    Here’s something a bit different to do with your dog in the New Year. Emma and Joel from The True Crime Museum in Hastings have told us about a special dog friendly event they are holding at the museum on Saturday 14th January. The museum, Hastings newest visitor attraction has information about many types of crime and is in a unique location in 3000 sq/ft of caves. So if you live in East Sussex or fancy a trip to the seaside why not pop in with your dog? More information provided about the event is below and if you can’t make 14th January you can visit on another day because the museum is dog friendly all year round.

    Celebrating Dog Friendly Days Out

    On 14th January, The True CRIME Museum, Hastings will be celebrating ‘Dress up your Dog Day’, encouraging dog owners to take advantage of free admission to the attraction if they bring along their beloved pooches!

    Curator, Joel Griggs said:  “Our attraction has proved popular with dog owners, especially as many neighbouring businesses are also dog friendly, such as the White Rock Hotel, Mungos Cafe & The Pier. We are encouraging people to dress up their dogs and experience a great day out with the whole family. ”

    Canine visitors receive a free treat on entrance and there are some great photo opportunities at the Museum’s ‘Dog Mug Shot Wall’.  Well behaved dogs on short leads only.  One owner will receive free admittance accompanied by a dog on the day.  The True CRIME Museum on White Rock, Hastings is open daily 10am-5pm. Twitter @TrueCRIMEMuseum #DressUpYourDogDay