Mundesley Maritime Museum
Situated in the former coastguard lookout the maritime exhibits cover fishing, shipwrecks and lifeboat activity and the growth of Mundesley as a seaside resort. The first floor is reinstated as a coastguard lookout of the 1930s/1940s.
For the 2009 season, the main theme will be "An Historical Miscellany". This will be joined by a photographic display of St. John Ambulance, Royal Observer Corp and the Police showing their past work in Mundesley.
Adults : 50p
Accompanied children up to 14 years old: Free
Easter weekend (April 10th to 13th) and 1st May - 30th September, 11am to 1pm and 2pm to 4pm daily.
12 Beach Road
Groups/Parties Welcome - Please pre-book. Wheelchair access to the ground floor only. The first floor is accessible by spiral staircase only. Toilet available nearby
External website: www.mundesleymaritimemuseum.co.uk
How to Find Us
By Road : Mundesley can be found on the B1159 coast road between Cromer and Great Yarmouth about seven miles east of Cromer
Parking : Car Park opposite on a "Pay & Display" basis - 500 spaces.
By Rail : Nearest railway station is North Walsham (Cromer second nearest).
By Bus : Sanders Coaches route 5 runs between Cormer and Norwich stopping at Mundesley. click here to see time tables