Housed within Framlingham Castle, the museum’s collection is based upon that of the late Harold Lanman.
The main objective of the Lanman Museum is to collect and maintain artefacts relating to the life of Framlingham. The original collection covered the late Victorian to Edwardian periods but it has since grown to include medieval and World War II objects. Interesting displays include a funeral bier, traps (for both humans and animals), old shop displays and tools relating to trades in Framlingham .
Entry to the museum is free in the entrance fee to the Castle. Additionally the museum collection is available to researchers on local history by appointment. If you wish to make an appointment, please contact the museum.
For additional information about admission, opening hours, access, facilities and learning opportunities, please visit the museum website.
T: 01728 685489