An exciting opportunity to explore Elizabethan House for free as part of Heritage Open Days.
An amazing 'hands on' museum to enthrall all ages. This 16th-century quayside building reflects the life and times of the families who lived here from Tudor to Victorian times. Decide for yourself if the death of Charles I was plotted in the Conspiracy Room.
This charming merchant’s house, on the quayside in Great Yarmouth, was built around 1596 by Benjamin Cowper. Home to merchants and prominent locals, explore how the building has changed shape over the years. Wood panelled rooms, richly decorated ceilings and the imposing stairway all help to tell the story of the Elizabethan House.
Thursday 14 September: 1000-1600
Friday 15 September: 1000-1600
Saturday 16 September: 1000-1600
Sunday 17 September: 1000-1600
No booking required
There is no lift in the building, so unfortunately access for wheelchair and pushchair is limited to the ground floor rooms. A toilet is also available on the ground floor, however it is not large enough to accommodate a wheelchair. Assistance dogs welcome. If you would like access information in large print, contact us in advance at email@example.com or call 01493 743943.
No booking is required although you can book online if you would prefer by following the link in our What's On page. Contact for the day: You can contact front desk by calling 01493855746. Alternatively contact Time and Tide museum on 01493 743943.
Event is organiser National Trust.
Disclaimer: All information was correct when the listing was prepared. Any questions about the event should be directed to the event organiser.