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Elizabethan House Museum, Great Yarmouth

(3.9/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Very disappointed by the fact that the museum was closed for no obvious reason whereas it should have been open. Not even a note on the door. And this being a NT property. 
  • We enjoyed this place filled with stuff we could remember being used as children, very well set up for visits so much history about Great Yarmouth and people from it's long history totally amazing for...  more »
  • I was totally engrossed in this house, from watching a very imformative video to touring the rooms I was fascinated by all I saw. I experienced some nostalgia in the kitchen at the sight of mangles an...  more »
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  • Historic gem of a building, the conspiracy room is worth the admission alone. Atmospheric, with a fabulous example of a Jacobean plaster ceiling. The historical context that Cromwell himself would have been in the same room (largely unchanged) whether or not talking conspiracy, adds to this museum's part in England's darkest past. Standing in the conspiracy you can almost hear the echoes and whispers. For the rest of the museum it is useful to introduce children to history but the timeshift between rooms is fairly dramatic. Also famous for its window conundrum, the outside has more windows than the rooms inside on the first floor, a wonderful riddle to ponder.
  • Small but well organised museum house.
  • It's a great place and learn about history and our past
  • Nicely presented