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OPEN APRIL 13TH until APRIL 22nd for EASTER HOLIDAYS then closed until MAY 1ST 2019 when open for main season. Fisheries Heritage Centre displaying a rowing and sailing lifeboat operated by a large crew of fishermen in its original lifeboat shed.
Hours Today: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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Suggested duration: < 1 hour
West Cliff | Fishermen's Slope on West Promenade, Sheringham NR26 8JT, England
The fishermen’s Heritage Centre contains the original wooden lifeboat. It is beautifully looked after and could tell some stories of the good old days. There is lots of information about the crew of the boat and stories to read. This is free to look round...More
A small free museum housed in what seemed to be the old lifeboat house. Tells the story of the local fishing industry and displays an old rowing and sail lifeboat. Well worth leaving the promenade to have a look one afternoon.
Great little museum on the history of local fisherman. Free to enter, but donations encouraged. Staff always friendly. Great way to spend anything from a few minutes to half an hour. Just off the seafront.
This is a small museum that is free to enter. there is so much information here that you could easily spend an hour or more reading it. The exhibits are well laid out and very informative on the local history. If you like maritime history...More
This little museum is well worth a visit. Not only do you view the old lifeboat,, but the information boards tell fascinating stories of the people who lived in Sheringham, and the courage they displayed. I was touched by the sight of the Kapok jackets...More
Visited recently ( live in local area ) what a lovely little museum, full of history, well laid out. huge rowing lifeboat takes centre stage. Certainly makes you think about the bravery and strength of the crew.
History of Sheringham Lifeboat, how it started and...More