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  • Arts & Museums

    »Lynn Museum

    The Lynn Museum has its origins in 1844 after members of the Lynn Conversazione and Society of Arts decided to set it up. Over the years, it kept changing its venue from the Welwick House to the Atheneum and finally to the Union Baptist Chapel. A number of engaging workshops, classes, nature trails and lectures are organized for kids as well as senior citizens. Such is the inclusiveness of this museum. Check website for more details.

    Market Street
    King's Lynn, PE30 1NL

    »True's Yard Museum

    True's Yard Museum houses items of social history of this region. It operates independantly and is predominantly run by volunteers who come forward to support this museum. This museum narrates the tale of the ancient fishing community of old North End, Kings Lynn. At True Yard, you can find everything that has remained of the old fisher folk of this region. One striking aspect about the True's Yard Museum is the cottages. Consisting of couple of rooms, one downstairs and one upstairs, these cottages were once inhabited by a family of eleven. While the 9 children slept on 1 single bed, the parents slept on the floor of the room.

    North Street
    King's Lynn, PE30 1QW

    »Wisbech & Fenland Museum

    Wisbech and Fenland Museum was opened in the year 1847 in Wisbech, a town in Cambridge. The museum society was founded in 1835 before it opened it's doors 12 years later. The museum has exhibits of local history of which there are some really popular ones. They have the original manuscript of the famous Charles Dickens' Great Expectations which is a star exhibit here, besides that the Napolean Sevres are quite a popular exhibit in this museum.

    Museum Square
    Wisbech, PE13 1ES

    »Eco Tech Discovery Centre

    This fairly new attraction in Swaffham takes about half an hour to reach from Norwich. It is a hands-on learning experience for all the family and features lots of inter-active activities and displays to help youngsters and their parents have fun learning about what threatens the planet and how best to look after the environment. Themes include the rain-forest and climate. The Eco Tech Discovery Centre has a cafe and gift shop.

    Turbine Way
    Swaffham, PE37 7HT
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