The David Howkins Museum of Memories in Great Yarmouth houses fascinating exhibits including toys and collectibles, the true history of the Elephant Man (Joseph Merrick) and needlework tapestries depicting Great Yarmouth's historic buildings.
Step back in time and enter this unique building, purpose buit in 1912 complete with a maginficent stained glass window and a grand staircase housing a fascinating, unique collection of items from times gone by.
The hundreds of items on display include: 800 years of Royal commemorative items The true story of the elephant man, as told by his grand-daughter, the manager Great Yarmouth souvenirs of days gone by Toys, dolls and teddies from the past
In 2014 two new exhibitions were introduced - teddy bears picnic in the forest and dollies tea party in the park.
Gross profits from admissions will be donated to charity.
On arrival in Great Yarmouth follow signs for the Town Centre. The David Howkins Charity Museum is located towards the southern end of King Street, a short walk from the Town Centre with plenty of parking nearby.