Once home to prosperous merchants and the great and good of Great Yarmouth society, Elizabethan House stands today as testament to over four centuries of societal change and domestic evolution.
Wood panelled rooms, richly decorated ceilings and fascinating objects tell the story of this harbour side house which survived the fall of the fishing industry, town expansion and zeppelin bombing raids.
Examine the evidence and decide for yourself if King Charles I’s fate was decided in the atmospheric ‘Conspiracy Room’.
Weddings at Elizabethan House
As one of the buildings described by author Daniel Defoe in the 18th century as ‘little palaces’, Elizabethan House has history ingrained in every creaking floorboard and salt flecked brick.
Entertain your guests in beautifully presented rooms, surrounded by museum objects that reflect the changing fabric of the house and its inhabitants, from Tudor times to the Victorian age.
Located on the town’s historic South Quay, the house, its compact garden and its harbour side position offer a creative canvas for stunning wedding photos.
For more information on holding your special day here and to discuss options please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01493 743930 to request a brochure.