Opening times for 28 February 2024
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Assistance dogs only
Licenced for civil weddings
Available for hire for weddings
Pay and display parking at rear of museum, operated by the borough council. Level entrance, one step to kitchen and one step to garden. Stairs to other floors.
Accessible route and/or map
Level entrance. Ground floor has 1 step to kitchen and 1 step to back garden. Stairs to other floors.
DVD virtual tour available for less mobile visitors.
Parking at the rear of the museum, operated by Borough Council is available at weekends (pay and display). Other parking available near to the museum, town centre and historic quayside.
from A47 follow town centre signs, then brown South Quay signs. From A12 follow brown signs
Parking: free at South Quay or town centre (pay and display), not National Trust
level walk from railway station along North Quay on to South Quay
Great Yarmouth ½ mile
local services, plus services from surrounding areas
Regional Route 30 Great Yarmouth to Cromer
16th-century quayside home, set out to reflect domestic life from Tudor to Victorian times. Managed by Norfolk Museums Service.
Discover what there is to do at the Elizabethan House Museum in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. The building reflects the families who lived here from Tudor to Victorian times.
Explore the historic seaside resort of Great Yarmouth, starting at the Elizabeth House Museum and visiting some of the town's oldest buildings.
Enjoy a slower pace of life at this rustic, cosy and characterful barn conversion, with the beautiful Norfolk broads on the doorstep.
Enjoy the tranquil atmosphere at this traditional, cosy and characterful barn conversion, with the beautiful Norfolk broads on the doorstep.
An amazing 'hands on' museum to enthrall all ages.
This 16th-century quayside building reflects the life and times of the families who lived here from Tudor to Victorian times. Decide for yourself if the death of Charles I was plotted in the Conspiracy Room.
Please note: Elizabethan House Museum is managed by Norfolk Museums Service.