A place of people and boats
On the seafront in Sheringham, this museum tells the story of the town and its proud, brave and independent people. Inside you will find bright, modern galleries where you can walk amongst an extraordinary historic fleet of lifeboats and fishing boats. Packed with fascinating stories and interesting details, memories of this museum will stay with you for a long time. There’s also a viewing tower to climb for great views of the North Sea, Sheringham and the surrounding hills. This summer will see the opening of a new education and archive centre for the town and visitors, made possible thanks to a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
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Other good things to do near by
Sun yourself on the sandy beach, stroll along the promenade or step out on the North Norfolk Coast Path. And if it’s miserable weather you can still go for a swim in Sheringham Splash, the William Alsop-designed swimming pool. Visit the historic lifeboat Henry Ramey Upcher on the seafront at the Fisherman’s Heritage Centre and continue west along the prom to see today’s working lifeboat station. Take a walk in lovely Sheringham Park or hop on the Poppy Line to the lovely Georgian town of Holt and the William Marriott Museum. Head for the Ronaldo’s icecream shop or one of Sheringham’s many excellent tea shops and hostelries.
Travel and parking
Sheringham is on the A149, Cromer Road. The Mo is on the seafront in Sheringham’s east end. Ample pay and display parking within walking distance. Public transport: Bittern Line and Poppy Line railways. Coast Hopper and Sanders bus services.
Closed for the winter season, reopens March 2018
Adults £3.70, Concession £3.20, Child (5-16) £2, Under 5s Free, Family Ticket (2 Adults, 2 Children) £10
Registered disabled £3.20 (carer free), Prebooked groups (over 10 people) Daytime £3 each Evening £4
Facilities and access
Other access information: Level access throughout ground floor displays. Lift to first floor. Telephone for further details.