Welcome to
Felixstowe Museum

Discover the social, military and commercial history of this fascinating part of Suffolk.

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Military, archaeology and social history

Felixstowe Museum's permanent collections house military objects and tells the story from Henry VIII to the second Elizabethan age.

Our archaeology collections describe life from the Palaeolithic to 1st and 4th century Roman finds, all the way up to Medieval coins, all found on our doorstep.

We also delve into social history, showing the way people have lived in Felixstowe through different points in history.

Most recently this includes our Frankie goes to Felixstowe Exhibition: giving younger visitors a chance to experience the day-glo splendour of Felixstowe in the 1980s - pirate radio and all!

  • Opening times
    Opening times

    11am to 5pm

    Thursday to Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays, from Easter until the end of October

    Last admission to the museum is at 4pm

  • Entry

    Adults - £4.00

    Children - £1.00

    Under Fives - Free

    Tickets are available on the door.

  • Find Us
    Find Us

    View Point Road
    IP11 3TW

Young visitors!

Follow the Trewick Owl Trail!

Felixstowe Museum’s own special species which makes its home among the exhibits.

Follow the trail and find out where the owls are roosting. It’s a hoot!