The Lynn museum was founded in 1844 in Kings Lynn, with the intention to improve the taste of the towns inhabitants.
In 1904 the museum moved up the road to its present location now, The Union Baptist Chapel, which was painted by local artist Henry Baines.
Take a step back in time in this museum, which tells the story of West Norfolk's history.
The museums stunning centrepiece is a life size replica of Seahenge, made from astonishing bronze age timber. Discover the timbers found on the beaches of Norfolk and find out how this ancient wooden structure amazingly survived 4,000 years.
See the skeleton of an Anglo Saxon warrior, Egyptian Shabti figures, Iceni gold coins that were hidden in a cow bone for nearly 2000 years and so much more. With thousands of objects, displays and audio guides on offer their is something for the whole family to enjoy.