Ancient House Museum of Thetford Life, Thetford

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  • The curator needs to take a critical look at the museum and come up with a way of telling the Thetford story coherently as what exists is rather a mess. It would help if the displays were properly lit...  more »
  • It would be possible to miss this venue, situated as it is off the main thoroughfare of the town, but once inside, it holds a great deal of interest.  more »
  • Well put-together and extremely interesting. The staff was very knowledgable and kind. Definitely going back!  more »
  • Beautiful building that houses this compact local museum, packed with activities for kids that adults will enjoy too. History clubs for kids and teenagers are award winning, providing quality time for participants as well as amazing events, such as themed murder mysteries, for public. Worth a visit, value for money.
  • Great unique little museum, went for the Sikh history about duleep singh. Recommend to everyone
  • Excellent little museum well thought out
  • Brilliant small museum with lots of interesting local artifacts and regular activities
  • We had a lovely time. 2 adults and a 6 year old. Nice compact museum with very friendly staff and lots to explore for children. Special gem of Tudor history.