Elizabethan House Museum

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The Elizabethan House museum in a 16th-century building laid out to reflect the lives of the families who lived here through history.

The Elizabethan House museum in a 16th-century quayside building with rooms laid out to reflect the lives of the families who have lived there for Tudor to Victorian times. Of special interest are a Tudor bedroom and dining-room, Victorian kitchen, scullery and parlour, and the Conspiracy Room, where the trial and execution of King Charles I was allegedly plotted.

4 South Quay, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
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