Time and Tide
Award-winning museum of Great Yarmouth life
Set in a beautifully preserved Victorian curing works, Time and Tide tells the story of Great Yarmouth from its Ice Age origins to the present day. Discover the town’s rich maritime heritage and its development as a popular seaside resort. Hear gripping tales of wreck and rescue and meet colourful characters who made their living from the sea.
This dynamic and family-friendly museum places fascinating archive films alongside recreations of local cottages, a noisy 1950s fish wharf and the charming shops of a 1913 ‘Row’. The highlight is the unforgettable chance to step inside one of the towering original smokehouses, where the smell of smoked fish still lingers. One of Norfolk’s real treasures, this superb museum is the best introduction you will find to the fascinating and historic town of Great Yarmouth.
Audio guide £1 (free for Norfolk Museums Service pass holders, and one free guide for visitors purchasing a guide book), Changing exhibitions, Family activities, Events, Partially-covered courtyard, Access to collections and Maritime archive, Adult learning, Autumn/Winter talks £2.60 per person (£1.60 Norfolk Museums Pass holders)
Recommended length of visit: 2 to 3 hours
On Board the Titanic Trail will take place at Time and Tide Museum on 01/04/2017 - 24/09/2017
Titanic: Honour and Glory will take place at Time and Tide Museum on 01/04/2017 - 24/09/2017
Lost at Sea! will take place at Time and Tide Museum on 05/04/2017
Lost at Sea! will take place at Time and Tide Museum on 12/04/2017
That Fateful Night.... will take place at Time and Tide Museum on 15/04/2017
Draw Me Like One of Your French Girls - Life Drawing Class will take place at Time and Tide Museum on 30/04/2017
Draw Me Like One of Your French Girls - Life Drawing Class will take place at Time and Tide Museum on 21/05/2017
Draw Me Like One of Your French Girls - Life Drawing Class will take place at Time and Tide Museum on 25/06/2017
Other good things to do nearby
At the foot of Yarmouth’s remarkable town wall, is the Historic Smokehouse at Great Yarmouth Potteries – a working pottery which also has a small museum and gallery. The Red Herring Pub on Havelock Road sells the excellent local bitter, Blackfriars, and its walls are decorated with photos of Yarmouth in its herring fishing days.
Travel and parking
Ample pay and display parking nearby. Follow signs on arrival in Yarmouth from Haven Bridge. Public transport available; ten minutes from the train station and five minutes from the bus station. Regular trains from Norwich. Various bus services by First Bus.
25 March to 31 October 2016, open daily 10am – 4.30pm
1 November 2016 to 31 March 2017, Mon – Fri 10am – 4pm, Sat/Sun 12 – 4pm (Closed 24-26 December and 1 January)
Prices to 31 March 2017
Young person (4-18) £4.40
Family (1 adult + children) £14.00
Family ticket (2 adults + children) £18.70
Twilight (1 hour before closing) £2.00
Museums Pass holders free entry
Facilities and access
Disabled visitors may bring one companion in free. Level access throughout. There are induction loops and an audio guide to the museum. Assistance dogs welcome. Telephone for further details.