Lynn Museum, Market Street, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1NLTelephone:
01553 775001 Admission
Young Person (4-16): £1.90
Museums Pass holders, Friends of Lynn and under 4s free. Discounts for groups, ring 01553 780980 for details.
*Disabled visitors, over 60s and students.
Free admission for all visitors from October - MarchOpening Times
Tues - Sat 10am - 5pm
Please telephone for opening times over Christmas and New Year.
King's Lynn Museum Come and visit the award-winning Lynn Museum,
West Norfolk’s greatest treasure!
Come and enjoy this delightful museum which tells the story of
Step back in time as you walk into a life size replica of Seahenge.
This astonishing Bronze Age timber circle is the museum’s stunning centrepiece.
Learn about the people who meticulously crafted the timbers and study the marks left by their bronze axes.
Then discover the timbers as they were found on the beach and find out how this ancient wooden structure amazingly survived for 4,000 years.
Browse around the ‘West Norfolk Story’.
Come and marvel at the 8th century Saxon silver coins on special loan from The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
Imagine being a pilgrim in the thriving medieval port of King’s Lynn or riding on the magnificent gallopers in a Victorian fairground.
Examine the skeleton of an Anglo Saxon warrior and Egyptian Shabti figures.
Learn how early people have helped us to write history from their graves.
On now - Fenland StoriesEnter the world of bogles and bogarts and discover
Fenland Stories explores traditional local tales through films created by community and youth groups with museums across the Fens.
The exhibition is on at Lynn Museum until Tuesday 10 January 2012.