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Very interesting little place to visit. Despite being small, there is a lot of information and artefacts on display and very informative. The Working Boat Sheds and very interesting and well worth a tour. Lovely little gem!
This museum is excellent if one is interested in Norfolk heritage. The museum building, built at the beginning of the second world war, was the officer mess for this training camp for anti aircraft gunners.
The boat "side" of the museum shows how local boats...More
Lots to see and hear, with films playing of various tasks being completed, boat-building, rope-splicing, fishermen's stories, interesting stuff! Loads of photos too, and we were lucky enough to get a peep inside a real boatbuilders workshop, where a crab boat was being restored. Interesting...More
A museum clearly put together by people who care about our history and share a love for small boats and then men who went to sea in them. Lots to see, and touch, with great tales of bravery and hardship. If you love the sea...More
I hired the Lucy Lavers lifeboat for a two hour boat trip with friends as a surprise birthday present for my husband. We all had a really great time starting in Wells harbour and then going along the coast towards Burnham Overy.The two crew members...More
What a fabulous find this visitor centre is! We came upon it by chance and were so happy that we did. The two attendants couldn't have been more helpful. We found out lots about the Lucy Lavers, her role as a lifeboat, the part she...More
What a lovely place to visit. The staff were very friendly and helpful, especially to our two young children (2 and 6). We learnt a lot from the various displays, about the local area and its heritage.
We will definitely visit again and recommend to...More