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Welcome!

Sheringham, on the beautiful North Norfolk coast, has a history that stretches back over a thousand years. The Museum tells the story of the town and its proud, brave, independent people over the last two centuries, told through beautiful displays packed with interesting things to see, hear and do.

Step inside stunning galleries and walk amongst Sheringham's extraordinary historic fleet of lifeboats and fishing boats. Our collection includes a rich variety of photographs, social history items, agricultural and fishing artefacts as well as our spectacular fleet of boats. It's well worth a visit!

The Museum organises well over 20 public events over the year, with a major 3-month exhibition each summer and events to support Sheringham's many cultural initiatives. Our column over there to the right shows just the next five. A fuller list, with more details of the events is available by clicking HERE

New!

Visit our new Bookstore to see and perhaps purchase one of our Sheringham Museum books!

Note to music lovers ....

Music at the Mo is back - our next concert is on March 30. Please see our Events page for details. Also, check out our Steve Tilston concert in September - click HERE

               What's On?

Here are our next few events - click 'Events' above for more

1. Music at The Mo - April 27
We are delighted to welcome Jess Morgan back to these shores after playing to a packed audience in 2017
Friday, April 27 at 7pm for a 7.30 start
 
2. Sheringham History Group meeting
The talk this evening will centre on Private James Olley, who was involve in the Charge of the Light Brigade.
May 2, at 7.30pm
 
3. Talk & Walk with Tim Groves – Coastal Erosion and the changing face of Sheringham
View the landscape and its visible changes through historic tourism and the coming of the steam train. Meet at the museum shop and walk ends at Beeston Hill.
Saturday, May 5, 2pm
 
4. It's Rubbish! Marine Plastics exhibition
Students from Sheringham Primary School make artworks from beach waste
During normal museum hours from May 7 - May 14
 
5. Friday Lunchtime Talk - The Unknown Hand
Sheringham, a century ago - anonymous poison pen letters are circulating.....
Friday, May 11 at 12.30pm