Sheringham Museum is situated on the seafront where it tells the story of Sheringham's history through its people and boats
In the bright modern galleries of the museum, you can wander amongst a historic fleet of fishing boats and lifeboats. The displays about Sheringham’s history include some interesting artefacts such as the zeppelin bomb which hit the town in World War One (it was the first zeppelin to fall on the UK) as well as work by famous local artists including Tom Armes and Olive Edis.
The museum has a popular family-friendly events programme which includes ‘Holiday Make’ drop-in arts and crafts workshops during school holidays, evening talks, pirate treasure trails and fossil-making sessions. There is a viewing tower to climb and you could be rewarded with great views of the North Sea, Sheringham and the surrounding hills.
BROWSE DAYS OUT
Browse days out that you can access across the Bittern Line.