What’s on

What a busy open season we’ve had this year, with something for everyone. There have been new exhibitions to view as well as the Dino trail which proved immensely popular with children and adults alike.  We now have Spooky Day to look forward to on Saturday October 26th.  The museum closes the following day.

 

This year’s visitors have enjoyed:

  • Step back to the ‘60s

  • The days of pirate radio

  • RNXS 25 – telling the story of the Felixstowe Unit from its inauguration in 1962

  • Children’s activity corner (new)

  • Commemoration of the local peace celebrations in 1919

  • Updated – the story of the local men in 67th Medium Rgt RA (TA)

 

Our evening talks programme resumes in October after a break for August and September. These informative monthly meetings are held at Broadway House (Orwell Road) in conjunction with Felixstowe Family History Society. See below for details.

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12:00 am FELIXSTOWE MUSEUM DINO TRAIL @ FELIXSTOWE MUSEUM
FELIXSTOWE MUSEUM DINO TRAIL @ FELIXSTOWE MUSEUM
Aug 11 @ 12:00 am – Aug 12 @ 12:00 am
FELIXSTOWE MUSEUM DINO TRAIL @ FELIXSTOWE MUSEUM
FELIXSTOWE MUSEUM DINO TRAIL Join in the Summer fun, with the quiz trail around Felixstowe Museum. Search for the dinosaurs inside the museum, solve the clues and get a yummy reward. Also some dino activities to enjoy too!  NO NEED TO BOOK – just turn up. Runs every Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday (31 July to[...]
11:00 am Suffolk Vehicle Enthusiasts Club Classic Car Display @ Felixstowe Museum
Suffolk Vehicle Enthusiasts Club Classic Car Display @ Felixstowe Museum
Aug 11 @ 11:00 am – 3:30 pm
Suffolk Vehicle Enthusiasts Club    Classic Car Display @ Felixstowe Museum | United Kingdom
The Suffolk Vehicle Enthusiasts Club once again bring their wonderful cars to display in the grounds at Felixstowe Museum.    This event is free but usual admission to the museum applies.   www.svec.org.uk