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Family Fun Day
Come and have some fun at the Museum!
We’ve set up fun stations all over the Museum complex with so many things to do:
- The Great Spring Chick Hunt
- Object handling,
- Make a family tree,
- Dress up and take a selfie,
- Victorian toys,
- Lego construction
- And much more!
Normal admission prices apply
Time Club members free – remember to wear your badge.
True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum, North Street King’s Lynn
Tel:- 01553 770479
Saturday Club – True’s Yard Vancouver Quarter Collaboration
Creatures of the Sea
April 28 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Learn about the Creatures of the Sea and make a Jelly Fish!
A fun and educational experience all round!
We actively encourage anyone attending to dress up as their favourite sea creature or merfolk. Also bring any old plastic bags to be recycled as jelly fish. Plastic that is just thrown away is really bad news for our rivers and seas so this way you’ll be helping the sea creatures you’ll learn all about. Don’t worry if you forget as we’ll have brought plenty of our own!
This is one not to be missed!
The session will run from 10am until 3pm, location to be confirmed.
Exhibition Opening at True’s Yard
Friday, May 04, 2018 12 noon
This exhibition will look at the men of King’s Lynn who served under Vice Admiral, Horatio Nelson, the War Ships that were built here that served in the great battles and the controversial Press Gangs who terrorised the town during the Napoleonic Wars. We also look to Nelson’s family connections here in King’s Lynn and the influences on the “Norfolk Man”.
Talking about the exhibition Museum Manager, Lindsey Bavin said “The Napoleonic War left a mark on King’s Lynn as it did all over the country. In 1814 the town held an enormous Peace Festival dinner for over 6,000 people in Tuesday Market to celebrate what they thought was the end of the War. We have Nelson Street and the incredible portrait of the Vice Admiral which hangs in our Town Hall. However this exhibition does not focus on those in the foreground of history but those in the back. The purpose of this exhibition is to celebrate and educate on the contribution of the people of King’s Lynn in the Napoleonic War.
The exhibition will run until 30th June.
For more information please contact:
- True’s Yard Museum – 01553 770479 or email@example.com
Local History Research Centre Open Day
You are cordially invited to attend the Open Day of the Pat Midgley Research Centre. As you all know Pat meant a great deal to all of us here at True’s Yard. She was a pioneer of heritage and the cottages would not be here today 27 years later were it not for her tireless campaigning to save the priceless collection relating to the old North End.
It is free to attend and a rare opportunity to see behind the scenes!
Historic Pubs Walk with Paul Richards
NEWLAND HISTORIC PUBS TOUR FROM TRUE’S YARD ON
22nd JUNE 2018 (6PM-8PM)
- Please meet at True’s Yard at 6pm. Donation of £5 a head requested for the benefit of the Museum. Guide: Paul Richards.
- Lynn’s riverside streets and North End were the preferred locations of taverns which attracted its teeming maritime population. Part of Bagge’s brewery survives in King Street where almost every west side merchant property included maltings.
- The walk from North Street to King Street will reveal the particular places and people associated with Lynn’s drink trade since 1700.
- Though many of Lynn’s past pubs are now private property or demolished, some historic hostelries remain, and 3 visits for refreshments will be made!
1pm – 2:30pm: True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum
A guided walk with local historian Dr Paul Richards from True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum to St Nicholas Chapel.
Booking required: Please contact Lindsey on 01553 770479 or firstname.lastname@example.org Contact on-the-day: Dr Paul Richards True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum 01553 770479
Launch of Jolly Holidays Exhibition
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.