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Norfolk Museums

Come and explore this museum housed in a converted Victorian herring curing works and take an exciting journey into the past.Discover Great Yarmouth's fascinating history, its rich maritime and fishing heritage and some of the colourful characters who made their living from the sea.Phone or see...

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Time and Tide Museum, Blackfriars Road, Great Yarmouth, NR30 3BX

Museums - East

Experience the lives of families who lived in this splendid Quayside house from Tudor to Victorian Times. Decide for yourself if the death of Charles I was plotted in the Conspiracy Room. Dress the family in Tudor costumes. Discover Victorian life upstairs and downstairs and what...

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South Quay, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 2QH

Museums - East

After a bracing seaside walk, why not step inside Cromer Museum. Have a look around the cosy Victorian fisherman's cottage and imagine what it was like to live in Cromer at the end of the 19th Century.Delve into the 'Old Cromer' Gallery with its displays of...

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Cromer Museum, East Cottages Tucker Street Cromer Norfolk, NR27 9HB

Museums - West

Step back in time as you encounter the Bronze Age timber circle known as Seahenge. Learn about the people who meticulously crafted the timbers and study the marks left by their bronze axes 4000 years ago. Browse around the 'West Norfolk Story' and see Savage's beautifully carved fairground gallopers. You will be warmly welcomed by Horace the tiger, who will greet you with a friendly roar.

Museums

Lynn Museum, Market Street, Kings Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1NL

Museums - West

Thetford's Ancient House is an atmospheric museum where rich collections, audio guides, films and animations tell the remarkable story of the Brecks and the people who have made it their home. Throughout the year, special exhibitions, illustrated talks, themed events and trails add new dimensions to the story.

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Ancient House Museum of Thetford Life, 21-23 White Hart Street, Thetford, Norfolk, IP24 1AA

Museums - East

Visit one of the oldest prisons in the country and explore Great Yarmouths story of crime and punishment. Use the free audio guide to hear the gaoler and his prisoners describe their experiences. Discover the fate of thieves, smugglers, witches, pirates and murderers when punishment included...

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Tolhouse Museum, Tolhouse Street, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 2SH

Museums - West

Enjoy a fantastic journey through the story of rural Norfolk. Explore the historic workhouse, Museum of Norfolk Life, adventure playground, cafe and traditional working farm with rare breed animals. Events and school holiday activities held throughout the year, please see the website for all the details.

Museums

Gressenhall Farm & Workhouse, Gressenhall, Dereham, Norfolk, NR20 4DR

Museums - Norwich

One of the City's most famous landmarks, Norwich Castle was built by the Normans as a Royal Palace 900 years ago. Used as a prison from the 14th century, the Castle became a museum in 1894.Now the County's principal museum, the Castle is packed with treasures...

Visitor attractions

Castle Museum, Castle Meadow Norwich Norfolk, NR1 3JU

The Sandringham Estate

Sandringham is a friendly and informal place to visit, with knowledgeable guides in every room of the house and acres of beautiful gardens to explore while the Museum houses extraordinary collections of Royal vehicles, rare ceramics, photographs and memorabilia. There is plenty to see and do...

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The Sandringham Estate, Sandringham, PE35 6EH

Norfolk Tank Museum

The Norfolk Tank Museum is an independent museum housing a collection of Cold War armoured vehicles, weaponry and tanks, many in working order. Weather permitting, visitors can enjoy a ride over an off road course in the Hagglunds BV206 All Terrain vehicle. They can also get...

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Norfolk Tank Museum, Station Road, Forncett St Peter, Norwich, Norfolk NR16 1HZ, NF16 1HZ

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