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The King’s Lynn Borough Archives (KLBA)

Stories of Lynn, Mueum and old Gaol cells, are home to the King’s Lynn Borough Archives, one of the country’s finest borough archives. The Archive contains documents dating back to the 13th century; which includes King John’s royal charter of 1204, and continuing all the way to the 20th century.…
Telephone:
01553 774297

E-mail
storiesoflynn@west-norfolk.gov.uk

Website:
www.storiesoflynn.co.uk

Lynford Arboretum lakes, walking trails, forest

Lynford Arboretum is a popular place for quiet recreation. It is noted for its variety of bird life, spring flowers and autumn fungi. Formerly part of Lynford Hall estate, the Arboretum still retains features which reflect its "parkland" origins. The present hall has a chequered history.…
Telephone:
0300 067 4546

E-mail
nicky.russell@­forestry.gsi.gov.uk

Website:
Forestry website link

Lynn Museum

The Lynn Museum is housed in a former Union Baptist Chapel and schoolroom adjacent to the town’s bus station. The museum's stunning centrepiece is a life-size replica of the Bronze Age timber circle Seahenge. Other artifacts include Iceni gold coins, the skeleton of an Anglo Saxon warrior…
Telephone:
01553 775001

E-mail
lynn.museum@norfolk.gov.uk

Website:
www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk

Lynn Museum Coffee Morning

Lynn Museum hosts a Coffee Morning the last Wednesday of every month (excluding December). With a different theme each month, come along for a chance to learn more about and see more of the museums collections, have a go at some crafts and enjoy a good…
Telephone:
01553 775001

E-mail
lynn.musuem@norfolk.gov.uk

Website:
www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk

Lynn Museum Exhibition: Animal ABC

Opens Sat 30 June 2018 From Ammonite to Zebra! This family friendly exhibition looks at the breadth of variety of the Lynn Museum collection with a focus on the animal kingdom. 
Telephone:
01553 775001

E-mail
lynn.museum@norfolk.gov.uk

Website:
www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk

Lynn Museum Family Event: Discovery Thursdays

On Thursdays during the school holidays, drop in between 10am and 1pm for a mixture of history, crafts and science for families to enjoy.  You might meet costumed characters, handle historic objects or find craft activities to do.  Activities are included with museum admission
Telephone:
01553 775001

E-mail
lynn.museum@norfolk.gov.uk

Website:
www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk

Lynn Museum Volunteers

The volunteer team at Lynn Museum have completed the mammoth task of digitalising over 1,000 drawings of local scenes by King’s Lynn artist Henry Baines (1823 - 1894). Lynn Museum collections digitalisation team is made up of eight enthusiastic volunteers who spend three hours every…
Telephone:
01553 775001

E-mail
lynnmuseum@norfolk.gov.uk

Website:
www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk

Magdalen History Group

Please come and join us if you are interested in the history of our parish and want to help prevent the stories of local characters and fenland life disappearing forever.  
Telephone:
01553 813730

Massingham Historical Society

The Massingham Historical Society is creating an historical archive of life in the villages of Great and Little Massingham for future generations. The collection contains a wide variety of items from property deeds to videos to maps and welcomes donations. Research to supplement these items and…

Methwold History Group

The Methwold History Group is active in collecting and building a much-treasured archive of anything connected with Methwold area’s history. The group meets on the third Thursday of the Month, usually in Peggy's Room (John Young Archive) , St. George’s Complex, (any changes in that…
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