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Mundesley Maritime Museum

Mundesley Maritime Museum

Online Exhibitions

Click on the links below to see online exhibitions of items from our collection

Some Museum Exhibits

Mundesley Maritime Museum History

About Us

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.

Admission Costs

Adults : 50p

Accompanied children up to 14 years old: Free

Disabled: Free

Opening Hours

Easter weekend (April 10th to 13th) and 1st May - 30th September, 11am to 1pm and 2pm to 4pm daily.


12 Beach Road
Mundesley-on Sea
NR11 8BG

Latitude: 52.87820752° 52' 41.1° N Longitude: 1.4371731 ° 26' 15.9° E


Other Information

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


Some Photos of Our Museum

Interior Staircase
Watch Tower Equipment
An Old Barometer and Telephone


Posted:2010 7 11 22:51:55 GMT
Fishermen in Mundesley
I came to look at the Mundesley Maritime Museum, unfortunately it was closed due to lack of volunteers. I was wondering if you had documents about fishermen in Mundesley in the early 1800's, Particularly Samuel and Francis Warnes,or Thomas Toms who was a coast guard there
V East Leeds

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