Keeping the kids entertained part 2...........
If you're into your history and want to learn a little whilst still keeping the children entertained, have at look at the following places........
A museum of street transport designed to show the development of mechanical transport over the best part of the last century.
It is a living museum where vehicles of yesteryear can be seen in action; where half-forgotten sounds of the past are brought to life; and where visitors can journey back in time by taking a trip on some of the exhibits.
Prices: Adults - £9
OAPS - £8
Kids (5-15) - £6
Fore more information visit their website: http://www.eatransportmuseum.co.uk/
Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum
In 1972, several enthusiasts got together and decided that something needed to be done about recording the history of avaiation in the Eastern Counties.
The collection has grown from the occupation of the airfield by the 446th Bomb Group USAAF, followed by the Fleet Air Arm and then by the Royal Air Force, to aviation in the East of England.
The museum houses a varied collection of aircraft and artefacts which have been gathered and put on display, most of which has been donated to the museum.
Opening Times: April to October
Sunday to Thursday 10am -5pm
Saturdays from 27th July until 31st August.
For more information visit their website: https://www.aviationmuseum.net/index.html
Lowestoft Maritime Museum
Open every day until October - 10am to 5pm
The museum offers visitors an extensive series of displays, with many hands-on activities, including a small cinema showing wonderful archive film footage.
The museum began life in 1968, and over the years has expanded with the help of donations and a Heritage Lottery Fund grant.
For more information visit their website: http://www.lowestoftmaritimemuseum.co.uk/the-museum/
Keep an eye out for more things to do to keep the kids entertained..........