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Felixstowe Museum

Felixstowe Museum is situated at Landguard Point (John Bradfield) viewing area, between the Fort and Port. There are 14 display areas, covering the social and military history of the Felixstowe area, as well as temporary displays.

The museum shop and The Beehive Cafe serving coffee, teas, cakes, snacks and light lunches are open to all.  

Education and group visits at other times by arrangement. Reference library available to researchers, also by arrangement.

Entry Fee: Adults £4, children £1, under-fives free

Who to contact

David Gledhill
01394 674355
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Felixstowe Museum
Viewpoint Road
IP11 3TW

Where to go

Felixstowe Museum
Viewpoint Road
IP11 3TW
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Area served
East Suffolk, Felixstowe, All Suffolk
Parking available
Parking details
Ample paid parking adjacent to the museum
No.77 bus, hourly to Landguard from Ipswich via Felixstowe. Foot ferry from Harwich/Shotley during summer. Open-top bus from Felixstowe Ferry to Landguard during the schools' summer holidays.
Restrictions to access
Felixstowe Museum is wheelchair friendly. The museum is a listed building so a few doorways are too narrow for the widest wheelchairs however a basic wheelchair is available for visitors to borrow (phone or email to book).

The Museum is closed to the public during the winter (end of October until Easter).  Check our website for details.    Visit Us    

Researchers and others with queries are welcome to email or telephone us.


AccessAble - access guide for Felixstowe Museum

Days & Times

Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays: 1100-1700 Last admission 1600 (Easter until the end of October). Private group visits at other times (by arrangement) for education and other organisations.

Other details

Cost Details
Normal admission: Adults £4, children 5-16 £1.00, under 5's free. Young carers Max-Card scheme applies. Joint tickets with Landguard Fort are planned for 2023. Admission may be different on special events days and for private visits.
Age Groups
Children (5-11), Adults, Young people
Disabled Parking, Wheelchair Access

Accreditation website
Accreditation details

Fully Accredited Museum Arts Council


Children enjoy the Trewick Owl Trail - find out where the owls have roosted this year!  We are also a learning destination for students of the Suffolk Children's University

We have retained out special exhibition: Frankie Goes to Felixstowe -  A celebration of the 1980s in Felixstowe and beyond including local social history.

New for 2023:  

  • Reflecting on the development and history of our near neighbour, the Port of Felixstowe - in the newly refurbished 'Port Room'.
  • The 70th anniversary of two important events for the town, the 1953 floods and, as we anticipate the coronation of HM King Charles III, we take a moment to reflect on the coronation of HM Queen Elizabeth II, also in 1953. 
  • Our brand-new The Beehive Cafe serving a great selection of cakes, snacks, light lunches as well as coffee & teas.

 Find out about special activities and events for children in the school holidays by visiting our website Events and exhibitions



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