The Aldeburgh Museum is housed in one of the most important timber-framed public buildings in England. Dating from the first half of the 16th Century it originally contained six small shops on the ground floor and a spacious meeting chamber on the first floor. The Town Council still meets here today and it provides an attractive display area for the Museum. Visit the Museum to learn about life in Aldeburgh through the ages Early settlers – Romans and Anglo-Saxons Shipbuilding, trade and fishing Aldeburgh witches Regency resort Slaughden and the Martello Tower and much more
History & Anthropology Local Maritime Children Archaeology
February. Weekends only. 1pm to 4pm.
March. Weekends only. 1pm to 4pm.
From March 28 to end October we are open every day 1pm to 4pm.
|0 – 4||Free|
|5 – 15||£1.00|
Market Cross Pl, Aldeburgh
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Aldeburgh Museum has 2 ratings.
This museum has just been refurbished thanks to a lottery grant. It is excellent. Wonderful displays for example or burial urns and a claw beaker from the Snape burial ship. I loved the interactive map which shows how the town has evolved since Tudor days.
Visited on Oct 13, 2019
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