At Strangers’ Hall we can provide a wealth of handling opportunities for visitors with sensory impairments. Assistance dogs are also welcome. Strangers’ Hall is a quirky old building, with many level changes and steps, but we do provide lots of seating for visitors to have a rest!
Wheelchair users can now for the first time access the courtyard at the front of the museum, where you will usually be able to watch a ‘virtual tour’ of Strangers’ Hall in an adjacent room: contact us in advance if you want to be sure this facility is available on a particular day.
The museum and garden are not accessible to wheelchair users, and we do not have accessible toilet facilities (the toilets are reached via several steps).
If you would like access information in any other format such as Braille, large print, audio cassette, or CD, please contact us on:
Telephone: 01603 493625
Mobile (for text messages): 07879 432984
Fax: 01603 493623
E-mail: Norfolk Museums & Archaeology Service
• A small selection of souvenirs is available for sale at the reception desk.
• Strangers’ Hall garden is open to visitors on dry days. We have tables and chairs on the lawn, and visitors are welcome to bring a picnic.
• There are activity backpacks for children, and historic outdoor games in the garden (quoits, and hoops and sticks, for example).