About Crab Museum

Crabs are incredibly diverse. They are tiny, huge, cute, scary, vulnerable, indestructible and millions of years old. They affect all of our lives in ways many of us don’t even realise - from maintaining the oceans, to helping us with important new medicines. In fact, crabs may well have already saved your life!

Crabs can teach us about biology, climate change, evolutionary history and much much more. But, with the right frame of mind, they can also teach us about ourselves. This is why we created Crab Museum - to roll science, humour and philosophy into a unique and satisfyingly baffling day out.

Visit the award winning Crab Museum and discover the secrets of these remarkable animals, from the forgotten story of the giant Margate crab to what the extinct Sooty Crayfish has in common with fidget spinners.

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