Nicholas Everitt Park, Broad House, Lowestoft NR33 9JR, UK
About Lowestoft Museum
A beautiful museum dedicated to local and national maritime history. Its exhibits include maritime artefacts including medals awarded to Royal Navy and RNLI personnel, marine art, the fishing industry in Lowestoft and the town's involvement with the Royal Navy in World War II and so more. The museum is situated in Nicholas Everitt Park in a historic flint faced house dating from the 17th to the 19th Century containing displays of Lowestoft Porcelain, archaeology, paintings, bygones and much more
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