This museum a rather small but it is a ‘must’ for any visitor to Kings Lynn. Apart from the usual historical artefacts ranging from prehistory, Roman, Anglo-Saxon, Medieval eras etc the museum houses ‘Seahenge’, a bronze age, 4000 year old, timber circle which was uncovered nearby at Holm-next-the-Sea in 1998 by coastal erosion. It is the sort of thing you would expect in a museum of international importance such as the British Museum. It is remarkable that Norfolk was able to keep it here. This was fascinating. It was the subject of intense media reporting at the time and there was a great television documentary about it too.
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