Pic. credit Eastern Daily Press

Heritage Day was a huge success with visitors flocking far and wide to come and discover some well-known – and lesser known – local gems. Over 60 historical sites in King’s Lynn opened to the public as part of the event on Sunday 10th September.

To read more about the event read the EDP’S coverage here.

Bank House opened up it’s barrel-vaulted cellars (that stretch all the way along King’s Staithe Square) as well as The Captain’s Room (which overlooks the river).

The King’s Morris Dancers also kept the crowds entertained outside Bank House. Other highlights included  the Classic Car Rally in Tuesday Market Place, Screen on the Sea (where there was some amazing archive footage of Lynn), the launch of the Baden Powell cockling boat and Emily Chapman’s locally-inspired art exhibition in the Custom House (as well as much, much more!).

Thank you to everybody who attended and we look forward to seeing you again next year.

2017-09-12T20:51:40+00:00 September 5th, 2017|