Strumpshaw Steam Museum (Norwich, Norfolk) Reviews
Description:Address: Strumpshaw / Norwich / NR13 4HR
Newest Review: ... avoiding the chickens and peacocks. There is no charge for parking and when we arrived there was only one other car parked up. At the entrance to the museum there is a small café area, we were greeted in a very enthusiastic and friendly manner by the only member of staff on site that day, the entrance fee was £5 per adult and £2 per (5-16) child, a family ticket for two adults and two ... more
Customer Strumpshaw Steam Museum (Norwich, Norfolk) Reviews (1)
by - written on 19/07/12 (Very useful, 119 readings)
~*~*~*What I did on my Holidays~*~*~* As a family we made the decision to risk the rain and go camping at Hemsby in Yarmouth. Now as you would expect from the weather in good old Blighty we had a few showers and a thunderstorm. Luckily for us only one of the days was a complete washout prompting us to look for an indoor activity. One of the many leaflets we had picked up was for Strumpshaw Steam Museum, my hubby has a love of steam powered engines so it was decided that we would spend the rainy morning there. The Steam Museum is situated about ten miles out of Norwich in the village of Strumpshaw (Great name) and is well sign posted; it was very ... Read the complete review
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