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All reviews fishing industry sparrows nest model boats herring fishing small entrance fee vhf radio interesting experience fishing history a small gift shop small building exhibits showing local fishing brought back memories beautiful park on display run by volunteers staff were helpful
We were greeted by friendly volunteers, who took time to introduce the museum.
There was much of interest, and really well laid out and presented - to professional standards. We spent a couple of hours here, and could easily have spent more. We visit many...More
A fabulous museum. Vastly underpriced. Taking up the ground floor of a building this museum is packed full with information, pictures, models and artefacts relating to the local maritime world. And you can touch many of the items on display. Cannot recommend this venue highly...More
My husband and I visited here during our holiday in Southwold. The museum looks very small and for your £2 entry fee, you’re really not expecting much. However, you’d be wrong! The museum has a huge amount of objects, information, memorabilia and amazing things to...More
We were looking for something to do in the rain, and the reviews on here lead us to play this museum a visit. We were not disappointed, despite its small size it was rammed with things to see. We kept realising we had missed items...More
We have lived in Lowestoft for 3 years now and never knew it was there , the volunteers were local and had lived in Lowestoft all their lives , it was quite interesting to see how the town was years ago and how the fishing...More
In a great place sparrows nest Easy parking.Small entrance fee.The place is well laid out with really interesting photos and objects off the fishing sadly no longer!
People have great knowledge and able to answer many questions .easy spend over hour going round the many...More