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Egg hunt at Wymondham Museum

PUBLISHED: 18:13 20 March 2008 | UPDATED: 14:28 14 July 2010

Wymondham Heritage Museum is having an Easter Egg Search starting today and running until Tuesday with an Easter egg for children taking part. There is something for all the family in the museum and a chance to see the new displays on Kett's Rebellion, Edwin Gooch, Wymondham at Work, the Victorian picture gallery and some collector's collections.

Wymondham Heritage Museum is having an Easter Egg Search starting today and running until Tuesday with an Easter egg for children taking part. There is something for all the family in the museum and a chance to see the new displays on Kett's Rebellion, Edwin Gooch, Wymondham at Work, the Victorian picture gallery and some collector's collections. The old Bridewell once served as a prison, police station and courthouse and visitors can visit the dungeon and police cell. There is a gift shop, tea room and garden. It is open from 10am - 4pm Mon-Sat and 2-4pm on Sundays.


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