Tales of the Old Gaol House (Kings Lynn) Reviews
Newest Review: ... last admission being 4.15 pm. The brochure claims that "History is brought to life in an exciting and entertaining way for all the family"....well, I would certainly agree with the first two-thirds of the quotation, but I would have to disagree with "all the family" bit. I'm sure my two-and-a-half year old would have run amock in the cells. Perhaps I could have locked her up and left her there...... Seriously, I would say children between the ages of 6 and 12 would really like it, and adults of all ages would gain a valuable insight into the History of Lynn past. The exhibition actually uses real cells, to show how... more
Customer Tales of the Old Gaol House (Kings Lynn) Reviews (1)
by - written on 18/05/01, updated on 18/05/01 (Very useful, 429 readings)
I have lived and worked in the King's Lynn area for over 5 years now, and I don't know about you, but "doo yoo" ever get to the stage where you think, hang on, I have visited lots of faraway places, but never the places on my own doorstep? Well, I frequently go into the town of King's Lynn to do my shopping, but there is so much more that the town has to offer. I was (un)fortunate to get picked for Jury Service at King's Lynn Court a while ago, and whilst whiling away the time, I decided to visit one such attraction, namely the "Old Gaol House." This Musueum is open daily from Easter until the end of October from 10 ... Read the complete review
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