Established in 1963, Bungay Museum displays items relating to the heritage, society and businesses of the town of Bungay in Suffolk.
Archaeology on display includes Pre-historic , Roman and Saxon artefacts, and geological specimens alongside a model and pictures of Bungay Castle. Other displays relate to the prosperous Printing industry, coins and local trade tokens, and memorabilia connected with the family of a local Victorian philanthropist, John Barber Scott, and the novelist Sir Henry Rider Haggard.
Visitors can also see a display case containing material relating to John Childs, the Bungay printer, Clay’s printing-works, paintings, engravings and photographs depicting the town and local events.
Bungay Suffolk NR35 1EE
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