The Maritime Trail
This wonderful trail will take you on a journey through North East Norfolk’s maritime history, providing insights into the lives of fishermen, lighthouse keepers, lifeboat men and naval heroes.
The trail starts at The Fishermen’s Heritage Centre in Sheringham, home of the Henry Ramey Upcher lifeboat. It then takes you to three maritime museums along the coast, and on to Happisburgh. Here (subject to opening times) you can climb the church tower to see amazing coastal vistas and visit the inside of the Happisburgh lighthouse.
The trail ends at Waxham Great Barn, which houses a permanent historical display on the theme of coastal life in the area.
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Further information and opening times for the Fishermen’s Heritage Centre can be found here
The Mo Sheringham Museum’s web site is here
The Henry Blogg Museum web site is here
The Mundesley Maritime Museum web site, with opening times, is here
For a history of St Mary’s Church Tower, Happisburgh and a schedule of opening times, visit the web site here
There is a history of Happisburgh Lighthouse, and details of opening times is here
For a historical background to Waxham Great Barn, see here
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