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Seaside Collections Partners

About the Partners

Time and Tide Museum is housed in a converted Victorian herring curing works and takes visitors on an exciting journey into the past. They can discover Great Yarmouth’s fascinating history, its maritime and fishing heritage and some of the colourful characters that made their living from the sea.

Visitors can wander through a Victorian ‘Row’ and see inside a fisherman’s home. They can experience the heady atmosphere of the 1950s quayside; take the wheel of a coastal Drifter and hear gripping tales of wrecks and rescues on the high seas. Visitors get to follow Great Yarmouth’s transformation from a sandbank to the present day, through times of boom and bust and times of war and peace.

Nestling beside the North Sea in Lowestoft’s lovely Sparrow’s Nest Gardens, Lowestoft Maritime Museum offers a fascinating few hours of enjoyment and discovery for all ages. The museum delves into the rich maritime history of the town and its beginnings as a humble fishing village to a thriving port.

Lowestoft Museum is housed inside Broad House; a Grade II listed building dating from 1685, which is situation within the grounds of Nicholas Everitt Park, Oulton Broad. The museum collects, preserves and displays objects relating to the history of the area and its people, and promotes awareness and interest in the areas deep heritage.

Seaside Collections at Work

Making Waves Together

The Seaside Collections Project will create interpretation points for key sites in both towns using museum collections as a starting point. Young people and volunteers will co-curate creative events and activities inspired by the museum collections and stories they hold.

Time and Tide Museum in Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft Maritime Museum and Lowestoft Museum will support the development of cultural opportunities for audiences, and build partnerships within the community and with other sectors, agencies and organisations. Seaside Collections will deliver a step change in cultural led community engagement and increase interaction with non-traditional audiences.