The Mundesley Museum sits on “The Lees” overlooking the beach with spectacular views over the sea. The Museum is believed to be one of the smallest in England.
The Mundesley Museum is in the North Norfolk Coastal village of Mundesley. The museum sits in a coastguard lookout which was built in 1928. Inside the building we feature Maritime history and Mundesley Maritime/Coastal History. The museum features photographs, prints and information illustrating local fishing and trade from the 19th century, equipment from 1930/40s.
Not only do we feature Maritime history we also have information on; Mundesley Railway, Mundesley Minefield and locally found Fossils (such as a Mammoth!, Elephant! and Hippopotamus!).
The Museum is fully Accredited by the Arts Council.
The Museum is open from 1st. June to 18th. September each year.
Monday to Friday & Sunday: 11.00 am to 1.00pm and 2.00pm to 4.00pm
Saturday: Closed all day