King’s Lynn Museum summer programme

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Fun family trails are taking over at Lynn Museum all this summer holiday.

And for the first time ever the museum is offering visitors a summer time trails loyalty card.

Visitors who take part in six of the activities over the summer will receive an invitation to a ‘Super Six’ free tea party celebration at the museum on Saturday, September 20.

Following the runaway popularity of a pirate trail over the May half-term, the museum will be alive all summer with Egyptians, dinosaurs and much more to find, count and collect.

Curatorial Trainee, and trail designer Emily Shepperson, said: “The trails are a great opportunity for visitors old and new to explore the museum in a fun and active way. We are really looking forward to welcoming visitors back week after week.”

The opening trail “Eric the Archaeologist” was held last week.

Starting today until Saturday the trail is “Lost and Found”;

July 29-August 2: “Hidden Egyptians”;

August 5-9: Beside the seaside;

August 12-16: Dinosaur detectives;

August 19-23: Remembering the First World War;

August 26-30: Iceni Coin Collector;

September 2-13: Heritage open days – Fun at the Fete.

The museum – which is near Lynn bus station – is open 10am to 5pm Tuesday to Saturday. A trail is available every day the museum is open until Sunday, September 14, and is free with museum admission.

In conjunction with the trails Lynn Museum has an exciting summer events programme including Egyptians, dinosaurs and Romans.