What’s on

The museum is now closed until Wednesday 8th April when we open for our special Easter event for children. We open to the general  public from Easter Sunday, April 12th, until late in October.

 

If you wish to contact us, please do so by email or leave a message on the answerphone as volunteers continue to prepare for the new season.

 

Our evening talks programme will continue through the rest of the winter and spring. 

These informative and entertaining monthly meetings are held at Broadway House (Orwell Road) in conjunction with Felixstowe Family History Society. See below for details.

Mar
11
Wed
EVENING TALKS PROGRAMME @ Broadway House
Mar 11 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Gill Blanchard will speak on ‘Behind the scenes of Who do You Think You Are?’

All welcome.  Doors open at 7pm so come early to ensure a seat!

Apr
8
Wed
The Great Felixstowe Museum Easter Egg Hunt @ Felixstowe Museum
Apr 8 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

  •  Come and join in the fun Easter Egg Hunt.

  •  Search the Museum for the coloured eggs,  then exchange them for a yummy reward.

  •  Fun Easter crafts to make too.

 

You can choose between two sessions. Each session includes the hunt and Easter crafts. Book using the links below.

Session 1: 1230-1400. TICKETS NOW ON SALE     Session 1 tickets

Session 2: 1430-1600. TICKETS NOW ON SALE     Session 2 tickets

You must pre-book in advance for this event – NO tickets are available on the door.

Children £4.00. Adults £3.00  (Booking fees apply)

 

EVENING TALKS PROGRAMME @ Broadway House
Apr 8 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Charlie Haylock will give us Part 2 of his ‘The History of Spoken Language’

All welcome.  Doors open at 7pm.  Come early as Mr Haylock is a very popular speaker.

May
13
Wed
EVENING TALKS PROGRAMME @ Broadway House
May 13 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Mark Bathurst will speak on ‘The Medway Queen – the heroine of Dunkirk’

All welcome.  Doors open at 7pm

Jun
10
Wed
EVENING TALKS PROGRAMME @ Broadway House
Jun 10 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Sarah Doig will speak on ‘Celebrating Suffolk Women’

A pot-pourri of stories about the County’s famous and not so well-known women.

All welcome.  Doors open at 7pm

Jul
8
Wed
EVENING TALKS PROGRAMME @ Broadway House
Jul 8 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Charles Wright and Brian Nichols will speak on ‘Radio Caroline’

All welcome.  Doors open at 7pm

Jul
29
Wed
BRICK OLYMPICS @ FELIXSTOWE MUSEUM @ FELIXSTOWE MUSEUM
Jul 29 @ 12:00 pm – Aug 31 @ 12:00 pm

FELIXSTOWE MUSEUM’S BRICK OLYMPICS

Join in the Summer fun, with the quiz trail around Felixstowe Museum.

Search for the brick athletes inside the museum, solve the clues and get a yummy reward.

Also some craft activities to enjoy too!  NO NEED TO BOOK – just turn up.

Runs every Sunday and Wednesday (29 July to 31 August).

Children £3.00. Adults £3.00.

Great fun on a wet Summer’s day!

01394 674355

 

Oct
24
Sat
LANDGUARD SPOOKY DAY AT FELIXSTOWE MUSEUM @ FELIXSTOWE MUSEUM
Oct 24 @ 12:00 pm – Oct 25 @ 4:00 pm

A fun-packed afternoon of gentle chills and thrills!

– Spooky puppet show with Tommy’s Entertainments plus balloon modelling and puppets to play with.
– Spooky crafts and colouring-in.
– Spooky quiz trails around the museum.
– See the museum decorated spooky-style with plenty of surprises and treats.
– Come in fancy dress… with prizes to be won!

 

Please note:  BOOK IN ADVANCE  – there will be no tickets for sale on the door.

 

You can choose between two sessions on each day. Each session includes the puppet show and all other activities.

SATURDAY 24 OCTOBER
Session 1: 1200-1400. TICKETS ON SALE LATER IN THE YEAR.
Session 2:
1400-1600. TICKETS ON SALE LATER IN THE YEAR.

SUNDAY 25 OCTOBER
Session 1:
1200-1400. TICKETS ON SALE LATER IN THE YEAR.
Session 2:
1400-1600. TICKETS ON SALE LATER IN THE YEAR.

This event is suitable for children aged 2-12 years.
– Younger or older children may attend at a parent’s discretion.
– Children aged one and under free.
– All children must be accompanied by an adult.
– All activities included in the one price.

 


Disclaimer – please read this information carefully

– Attendance is at your own risk.

– Children may come in fancy dress.

– Although we have done everything to ensure your safety whilst attending this event, historic properties can be hazardous so please take care and ensure children in your care are supervised at all times.

– Parents/guardians are responsible for ensuring children in their care are not exposed to experiences that are upsetting or harmful to the child.

– There are no refunds for persons wishing to cancel or leave the event early.