Explore the archaeology geology & history of this fine old town



Saturdays, Sundays, and Summer Bank Holidays,
from the 28th of May to the 6th of November 2022

Reopening 28th May from 10am-3pm every Saturday and Sunday.

Group and school visits at other times by arrangement

Bungay Museum is a small, independent museum dedicated to the history, archaeology and natural environment of the town of Bungay, and surrounding villages in the Waveney Valley.

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 printing industry, coins and trade tokens, and memorabilia connected with the family of a local Victorian philanthropist, John Barber Scott, and the novelist Sir Henry Rider Haggard, material relating to John Childs, the Bungay printer, Clay’s printing-works, paintings, engravings and photographs depicting the town and local events.

Open 10am to 1pm Weekends.

Bungay Museum
Council Office
Broad Street
Bungay Suffolk NR35 1EE

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