What was life like in Lynn during the First World War? Now is the chance to find out as Lynn Museum hosts a family day to find out more.
Visitors to the new King’s Lynn and the First World War exhibition at the museum in Market Street can meet a First World War soldier as he prepares to fight in France and explore the items in his pack and handle objects.
Visitors can create their own hanging aircraft mobile to take home and view the large model Zeppelin suspended in the museum.
Also their is a chance to create your own Kitchener Seed Bomb to help the war effort.
The exhibition runs from Tuesday, August 19-23, with activities from 11am-2pm, with admission £2 per person or £1.50 for Friends and Museum Pass Holders.
Visitors can also take part in the Remembering World War One trail around the museum.
This event is just one of many from an exciting holiday event programme that Lynn Museum has to offer, including Monster Mammoths and Deadly Dinosaurs, which begins on Tuesday, August 12 and ends on Saturday, August 16.
For further information on these events, visit www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk/Visit_Us/Lynn_Museum or telephone 01553 775001.