National Horseracing Museum

The story of the people and horses involved in racing from its Royal origins to Lester Piggott, Frankie Dettori and other modern heroes. Learn about the horse and the jockey in our Practical Gallery. Tack up a model horse and find out about the daily routine…
Distance: 8.4 miles away

Ancient House Museum

Ancient House Museum is currently closed for a major refurbishment which will create a 21st century museum which will reflect Thetford's rich heritage. This magnificent timber framed Tudor merchant's house was built about 1490, with an extension added about 1590. The house is jettied and timber‐framed,…
Distance: 11.1 miles away

Grimes Graves

Grimes Graves is the only Neolithic flint mine open to visitors in Britain. First named Grim's Graves by the Anglo‐Saxons, after the pagan god Grim, it was not until some of them were excavated in 1870 that they were found to be flint mines dug over 5,000 years…
Distance: 11.8 miles away

Moyses Hall Musuem

For almost a thousand years Moyses Hall has looked out over the Market Place of Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk. It has seen many changes since it was built in 1180 and provides an excellent setting in which to trace the unfolding story of Bury St Edmunds through…
Distance: 11.1 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: 10.9 miles away

West Stow Anglo Saxon

West Stow Country Park and Anglo‐Saxon Village is a very special place. Within its 125 acres there are a host of different stories waiting to be revealed to the visitor ‐ the history of the land in this part of the Lark Valley, how man has changed…
Distance: 6 miles away

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