Opening times

We are open 10am – 4.30pm 7 days a week (last admission 4pm).  We are closed on 24, 25 & 26 December and 1 January each year.

Visitors to Stories of Lynn on Tuesdays and Sundays can also take a free tour around the first floor of King’s Lynn Town Hall, which includes the magnificent 15th-century Stone Hall, as well as the splendid Georgian Assembly Room and Card Room.  Please note there are some dates in 2024 this is not available:  July 14, 23, September 10, 29, November 17, 24

For information on tours and events, please see our ‘What’s on’ page.

The King’s Lynn Borough Archives are fully open to the public free of charge. If you would like to book documents in advance, please email norfrec@norfolk.gov.uk. You will need to register for an archives card before arriving, see www.archivescard.com for details.

Getting here

By car

We are located at King’s Lynn’s historic Saturday Market Place, the postcode for your satnav is PE30 5DQ. Pay and display parking is available on the Saturday Market Place – for further information about parking please see the Borough Council’s website here.

By rail

King’s Lynn Town Hall is a 10-minute walk or short taxi ride from the rail station. Direct trains run hourly (half hourly at peak times) to London King’s Cross and there is a connecting service to Peterborough and the Midlands.

By bus

King’s Lynn Town Hall is a 10-minute walk or short taxi ride from the bus station. Buses run to many places in West Norfolk as well as Peterborough, Wisbech, Dereham, and Norwich.

Ticket prices

Adult
£3.95
Concession
£2.95
Child
£1.95
Family*
£9.85

* Family tickets are valid for up to five people, with a maximum of two adults

Group tickets

Adult
Group
£3.55pp
Concession
Group
£2.65pp
Child
Group
£1.75pp

Norfolk Museum Pass

Adult
£3.20
Child
£1.60

What’s On

Find information on our activity sessions and our temporary exhibitions on the What’s On page.

Learning

School events at Stories of Lynn offer the perfect opportunity to bring the curriculum to life. Visit the Learning page to find out more.

Sea of spoons

Stories of Lynn is home to The Treasury, a magnificent collection of King’s Lynn’s regalia. Visit the Collection page to find out more.