I took my daughter to this museum and was pleasantly surprised at how interesting it was. It's housed in one of Great Yarmouth's old herring curing factories and the exhibits recount the maritime and fishing heritage of the region. There are hands on interactive displays, audio and film guides and a recreation of a Victorian 'row'.
There is a fun gallery depicting Great Yarmouth as a seaside resort through the decades with photos, posters and memorabilia. There are also other unrelated interesting exhibits.
The museum has a gift shop and there is a tea room next door.
All in all, a good way to while away a couple of hours on a rainy afternoon.
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