On Thursdays during the school holidays, drop in between 10am and 1pm for a mixture of history, crafts and science for families to enjoy. You might meet costumed characters, handle historic objects or find craft activities to do. Activities are included with museum admission.
Mini Museum Club
This autumn Lynn Museum are launching a weekly activity session for children ages 4 and under. The sessions will run from 10.30am, with the children involved being able to explore and learn in a way that is tailored to their age and development.
- Tuesday 30 October
- Tuesday 6 November
- Tuesday 13 November
First World War - 25 October
Learn more about how the Great War affected the lives of those who lived in King's Lynn 100 years ago.. Free admission
1940s - 21 February
Meet characters and take part in activities all based on life during 1940s. Free admission
The Lynn Museum celebrates local and national events by delving deeper into a specific theme or part of our cultural heritage. Activities are free with museum admission, unless otherwise stated.
Scars of War: Graffiti Workshop - Saturday 3 November 10am-2pm
Six heritage and educational organisations across King's Lynn are working together on a First World War remembrance project: Scars of War.
The project is focused on graffiti, using the soldier's graffiti found on King's Lynn Library as inspiration to create six permanent memorials using lino cutting and printing.
Rebecca Hearle will be leading the workshops across six sites in King's Lynn. Workshops are completely free but places are limited. Adults and children are welcome.
Telephone: 01553 775001