African Violet Centre

We place ourselves as the ideal venue, whatever the weather, to provide you or your group with an insight into the wonderful and fascinating world of African Violets and gardening needs.Our Visitor Centre enables visitors to share in the secrets and discover the marvel and wonderful world of…
Distance: 10.7 miles away

Collectors World

Collectors World is closed until further notice for complete renovation of the complex which will include new exhibits and overnight accommodation.Possibly Norfolk's greatest eccentric and prolific collections which are open to the public all year round.Whatever your age you will enjoy a visit to Collectors World which has…
Distance: 0.7 miles away

Lynn Museum

The major re‐development planned for the museum includes new displays that will tell the King's Lynn & West Norfolk story in a lively and accessible way and serve as a gateway to the borough's rich heritage. These displays will include part of the 4,000 year‐old Holme timber circle,…
Distance: 10.6 miles away

Stained Glass Museum

The a hrefhttp:www.double‐ Glassa Museum offers a unique insight into the fascinating story of stained glass, an art‐form that has been practised in Britain for at least thirteen hundred years. The Museum's exhibits include an early 19th century stained‐glass copy of a work by Raphael and an…
Distance: 14.8 miles away

Town House Museum

The Town House Museum displays the social history and domestic life of Lynn's merchants, traders and families from Medieval times to the 1950s. In the Medieval room you can try your hand at brass rubbing.The museum is in Queen Street in the heart of historic 'Old Lynn' and…
Distance: 10.5 miles away

Trues Yard Fisherfolk Museum

Trues Yard Museum is a social history Museum in Kings Lynn, Norfolk. It is an independent Museum run almost entirely by volunteers and depicts the story of the old North End fishing quarter of Kings Lynn. Support was received from the late Bernard Matthews and others. Most of…
Distance: 10.9 miles away

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