Night at the museums

Just Regional
May 10, 2016 2 mins read

Special late openings are planned around the county to mark this year’s national Museums at Night celebration over May 13 and 14.
The event is an opportunity for museums and galleries to come together to give visitors the chance to delve deeper into fascinating subjects, when the lights go down.
Events will be held all over Norfolk including Great Yarmouth’s Time and Tide Museum, The Tolhouse and Elizabethan House, Lynn Museum, Norwich Castle and Cromer Museum.
At Norwich Castle on May 14, visitors are invited to enter the world of jousting knights, dancing damsels and fiery dragons after dark . The event is family-friendly with free admission. At Cromer Cromer Museum on the 14th, 8.30pm, 9.45pm and 11pm there is Blood on the Sand: A 1950s Murder Mystery. Admission is free but booking is essential.
Visitors will discover the truth behind the terrible fate of Professor Cecil Hunter, a visiting fossil hunter who has gone missing before his lecture. Meeting colourful characters along the way, visitors will investigate and find clues around the town to help solve this murder so foul.
The event is suitable for teenagers and adults and will involve walking to other sites in the historic town of Cromer.  The Murder Mystery tour will last an hour. Contact Cromer Museum to book a place: 01263 513543
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