Nelson Museum, Great Yarmouth
About Nelson Museum, Great Yarmouth
Nelson Museum, Great Yarmouth - Address
Address: 26 S Quay, Great Yarmouth NR30 2RG, UK
Timings: 01:00 pm - 04:00 pm Details
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The Nelson Museum is housed in a Grade II listed Georgian Merchant's house in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. Originally formed from the Nelson collection of local agriculturalist Ben Burgess, who was a lifelong collector of Nelson related artefacts. The Nelson Museum celebrates the life and times of Admiral Horatio Nelson and visitors can explore his career, his famous battles and tragic, heroic death. There are galleries, with a new temporary exhibition every two years and interactive exhibits and games for children. There is also an extensive reference library available for researchers, by appointment. The museum is open from February to November, 10am to 4pm Monday to Friday and 1pm to 4pm at weekends. Admission is £3.50 for adults, £2.95 for concessions and £2.00 for adults. Family tickets and group admission rates are also available.Wikipedia
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Welcome to the page of Nelson Museum. This is a place of interest in the city of Great Yarmouth in United Kingdom. Although listed here, Nelson Museum is not one of the most visited sightseeing places in Great Yarmouth.
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Good To Learn A Lot About The Man Very Interesting And Has A Good Layout With Information Board To Help
Very good small volunteer run museum. Only takes cash though, no cards.
Geared for the younger crowd. Limited otherwise. If you know nothing about Nelson it is worth a visit. Great staff/volunteers.
Wowwwwww if you like history and learning this is the place too go. Will be going back as there was sooo much too take in in a small place
I took my son hear to do his homework and we found out loads hear.