Lowestoft Museum


Lowestoft Museum is a seventeenth century Grade II Listed building set in a pretty public park, a few metres away from Oulton Broad, where white-sailed yachts pass serenely by, and young children throw bread to well fed ducks and swans.

Inside the museum is a wide range of items and artefacts that relate to the history of the area. Amongst the treasures is a large collection of 18th century Lowestoft Porcelain, local fossils dating back 700,000 years and items related to famous residents such as Benjamin Britten and George Borrow.

Find out more about the Lowestoft Museum, including opening hours here.



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