True's Yard Museum
The museum is partly housed in two restored fishermen's cottages, accompanied by galleries and a fishing smack, telling the stories of the close-knit North End fishing community. The museum is partly housed in two restored fishermen's cottages, accompanied by galleries and a fishing smack, telling the stories of the close-knit North End fishing community
A shop stocks gifts and local history books including those about local fishing and True's Yard's own publications, and there is a Victorian tearoom. Our archive of transcribed parish registers, other documents and boat index is available for consultation by those wanting to research family history.
We hold the key to St Nicholas Chapel (the Fishermen's Church) just round the corner.
Concessions (over 60s) £2.50
Children £1.50 (under 5s free)
Family Ticket £6 (2 adults, 2 children)
Group discounts available
North End Guided walks £4, children half price (includes admission to Museum). Contact Museum for details
The Pat Midgley Research Centre
Personal research £4
Full-Time School & Higher Education students FREE (proof of status required)
Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 4pm
Tel: 01553 770479Latitude: 52.75830752° 52' 41.1° N Longitude: 0.3968021 ° 26' 15.9° E
Upstairs of cottages only accessible by stairs, otherwise museum accessible to all.
External Website: http://www.truesyard.co.uk/
How to Find Us
The museum is situated in the north of the centre of King's Lynn
By car. Follow brown tourist signs to 'the Old Town'. Parking is available nearby at the Tuesday Market Place.
By rail. The museum is 10 minutes walk from the train station on Blackfriars Road.
By bus. The museum is 10 minutes walk from the bus station on NewConduit Street near Sainsbury's.