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By True's Yard Team | Jan 17, 2017

  True’s Yard Heritage Lottery Funded Project: Opening Up a House of History January 2017                                             A Happy New Year to all! The project is well over half way through now and is progressing well. The commitment of the volunteers has been tremendous and is invaluable to the on-going success of this project. In addition to…

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True’s Yard – Exhibition Hall Redecoration

By True's Yard Team | Jun 29, 2016

The Exhibition Hall has been under renovation in recent days as we change our theme from The Royal Family, to images of the famous 1st World War. We would like to thank all the people who have donated True’s Yard images of the Royal Family, all images ranging from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II all…

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True’s Yard- The Cottages

By True's Yard Team | May 25, 2016

One of True’s Yard’s attractions is the cottages. There are only two remaining cottages, cottages 5 and 6, of the original six built in 1790. Cottages 1, 2, 3, and 4 were demolished in 1937 in the slum clearances. Below shows a picture of cottages 5 and 6 before restoration, and once they have been…

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Children’s book about the History of King’s Lynn

By True's Yard | Mar 12, 2016

One of the Silver Jubilee Appeal funded projects is the creation of a children’s book about the History of King’s Lynn. There a number of books available on this subject, but none which are accessible to a younger audience. Readers will be guided through a timeline of the town’s history by Nick and Margaret, illustrated…

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Information for Educators & Schools

By True's Yard | Mar 12, 2016

Important Information Museum Opening hours: 10am – 4pm(School groups can visit from 9:30am)A risk assessment is available on request 

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Heritage Lottery Fund Project

By True's Yard | Feb 3, 2016

Because items within the collection require different environments for their preservation, each of the three attic storage areas have been designated to store specific types of material. Items have been moved into the appropriate stores. The addition of dataloggers, to monitor the environment, and a dehumidifier to the store containing the most sensitive material will…

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Adults £3

Seniors (over 60) £2.50

Children (under 5′s go free) £1.50

Family (2 adults + 2 children) £6

Research Centre Free

No dogs allowed except for guide dogs.

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