Situated in a former submarine mining establishment, the volunteer run museum houses a collection of Royal and Merchant Navy models, tells the story of HMS Beehive and the Coastal Forces, Felixstowe and the other Haven Ports. A paddle steamer model room and artefact collection is of special interest.
In 2016 we continue with our WW1 exhibition, including naval operations from Felixstowe and Harwich Harbour.
Adults £2.00 Children ages 5 - 16 £0.50 Under 5's Free
Easter to end of October: Sundays & Bank Holiday Mondays 12pm-5pm
June to end of September: also Wednesdays 12pm-5pm
August: also Thursdays 12pm-5pm
School and other group visits and out of hours bookings are welcome by appointment.
The museum is now closed until 2016 - New Season:
Starts Sunday 27th March 2016 - Closes Sunday 30th October 2016
Tel: 01394 674355 (Answerphone available)
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgLatitude: 51.93921552° 52' 41.1° N Longitude: 1.3203211 ° 26' 15.9° E
External website: http://felixstowemuseum.org/
Shop and Refeshments available.
All public galleries and spaces are fully accessible and wheelchair friendly.
There is a wheelchair available on request, which can be borrowed free of charge.
There is ample free parking directly outside the Museum.
How to Find Us
The museum is situated between Landguard Fort and the harbour viewing area (plentiful free car parking), at the end of Viewpoint Road.
No.77 bus operates hourly, 7 days a week, from Ipswich via Felixstowe to Landguard.
An open top tourist bus operates from Felixstowe town centre on Sundays and Wednesdays during school summer holidays.
A foot ferry service from Harwich and Shotley operates to the viewing area from Easter to September.