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Norfolk Museums Annual Pass - Covers 14 Venues - From Just £23.50 For The Year @ Museum Passes
Norfolk Museums Annual Pass - Covers 14 Venues - From Just £23.50 For The Year @ Museum Passes

Norfolk Museums Annual Pass - Covers 14 Venues - From Just £23.50 For The Year @ Museum Passes

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"Unlimited Access to Norfolk's top museums from just £23.50 for the year.

A Norfolk Museums Pass is your ticket to countless days of discovery and exploration. A Museums Pass is a must for regular visitors - it's fantastic value and it's flexible too.

Take advantage of these great benefits:

• Unlimited admission to the best museums in Norfolk

• Visit as often as you want and stay as long as you like

• Save money with discounts for events, talks and tours

• Save money with discounts in the cafés at Norwich Castle & Gressenhall

• Beat the queues at Norwich Castle with fast track admission

• Be first to know about special events through regular mailings and emails to members

• Treat up to 3 visiting friends and family to free admission with an Additional Accompanied Guests Pass (optional extra).

A Norfolk Museums Pass is great value - and if you pay by Direct Debit you get 10% discount as well!"

As we've got 2 under 4's we've just paid for 2 adults via DD which is only £47.70 for the year. Unlike most passes, you can use these at a number of places so ideal for holidaymakers and locals as cheaper than paying all the admissions. Although granted museums aren't for everyone our main reason for purchase was for Gressenhall for the children - includes entry to the farm and they have nice outdoor play area.

Prices on linked page

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Original Poster

Price list

http://www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk/Consumption/groups/public/documents/article/%7Eexport/NCC084045%7E12%7ENMAS_Def_Con_Template%7Esnippet_only_layout/60204-2.gif

I guess it's a good enough deal but in Glasgow museums are free and I think it should be the same in all districts. Glaswegains pay for this through their council tax yet if they visit another area they have to pay to visit museums. Can't see it ever happening though and it's probably only a matter of time before Glasgow city council start to charge too.

Voted hot. Yes, it is a better deal than paying for repeated admission, but, having grown up in London, where there are so much better museums available for free, it is a shame that Norfolk County Council charge at all. It also looks as though they have just put up the prices, as we paid £59.40 for a family of four in February.

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Unfortunately one of the drawbacks with Norfolk is that all attractions are overpriced compared with elsewhere. In most cases choice is limited unless you go further afield so a lot of places rip you off.
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