About the Museum
The Fishermen’s Heritage Centre was officially opened on 13th April 2006 by Peter Cox, Town Mayor of Sheringham, in the presence of a throng of invited guests and witnessed by Sheringham residents who had come to see this long-awaited occasion. The Centre is housed in part of the historic Fishing Sheds on West Cliff. The building was renovated following a public appeal and with funding from EEDA, the European Regional Development Fund and other sources.
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Get in touch
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Fisherman's Heritage Centre Office
- Address: The Slipway, West Cliff, Sheringham
- Postcode: NR26 8JT
- Phone: 01263 824 343
- URL: www.sheringham-preservation.org.uk
- Open daily, Monday to Saturday, 12 noon to 4 pm, Sunday 2 to 4, 28th March to 14th April (for the Easter holiday), then throughout the summer period, 4th May to 29th September. Open again for the school autumn half-term holiday (26th October to 3rd November) but opening during this period will depend on weather conditions.
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