Explore the fascinating artefacts and collections of Felixstowe Museum, which brings alive the military and social history of this seaside town.
This independent museum is managed by a team of friendly volunteers who are always happy to help. Their expertise is second to none and is always delivered with enthusiasm and a passion for history.
A real 'hidden' treasure - adults and children alike can discover all sorts of amazing stuff in fourteen different galleries, with collections including mammoth tusks, Roman pottery, Medieval coins and cannon balls and you can learn about the ancient inhabitants of this region.
Get a feel for life in Felixstowe during its heyday, with the extensive collection of Victorian and Edwardian artefacts. Look up to see fantastic models of the planes that once filled our skies and learn about the incredible sacrifices made by our wartime heroes. Learn about psychiatric care through the ages with the story of St Audry’s Hospital, and get an insight into the lives of the thousands of staff and patients who lived there.
Open Sunday 1st April to Sunday 28th October, every Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday. Also Wednesdays 4th, 11th April and 30th May. Then every Wednesday from June to the end of September, and every Thursday during August, plus Wednesday 24th October. 12pm-5pm (last entry at 4.30pm).
Adults £2.00, Children (5 to 16 years) 50p, Children (under 5 years) free. Please note: prices may be different for special events.