Shell Museum and Saint Martins Church
Other exhibits include jewellery, fragments of pottery, a piece of Pompeii, a sugar bowl used by Queen Elizabeth 1, fine specimens of agate ware, and a Neolithic axe head. Large tapestry depicting the North Norfolk Coast. Above the museum sits the church of St Martin which was magnificently restored by Sir Alfred in 1906. Barrel made from teak from HMS Warspite, used in the Battle of Trafalgar.
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VenueShell Museum and Saint Martins Church
Glandford, Norfolk, NR25 7JR
Map reference: TG 043415 Lat: 52.93222 Long: 1.03938
North off the A148 at Wetheringsett. Museum is midway between Wetheringsett and Blakeney at Glandford.
By Public Transport:
From Norwich station it is 27 miles to Shell Museum and Saint Martins Church.