Maritime Norfolk Research Aspects
Maritime Norfolk Part One is a book which tells the story of the maritime history of the county of Norfolk from Wisbech and Cross Keys on the river Nene, to Kings Lynn and Hunstanton at the mouth of the Wash and then all the way round the coast to Winterton and Caister on Sea. Maritime Norfolk Part Two completes the story by covering the towns of Great Yarmouth and Gorleston, together with a chapter on steam boats on the river Yare to Norwich.
Some of the activity sheets linked from this page will be best used for school use, and some for higher level use - we hope you find them of interest. This page offers a menu for both of the books.
Research Aspect 1: Maritime Museums in Norfolk Maritime Museums in Norfolk. This page is lists musuems across Norfolk, shows you where they are and links to their own web sites so that you can check on opening times, admission costs and other details such as shcool visits.
Research Aspect 2: Maritime Videos On this page are links to video resouces from our partner company, Poppyland Productions.
Research Aspect 3: Resources across East Anglia: Maritime Heritage East
The East Anglian coast, of which Norfolk's coast is part, has a considerable number of museums and other sites of maritime interest which you are welcome to visit. Our link here is direct to the Maritime Heritage East site; as well as information about the museums, you'll find other materials about the region.
Research Aspect 4: Log of the Albemarle An interactive section of the log of HMS Albemarle, as her Captain, a young Horatio Nelson, escorts a convoy from Denmark to Great Yarmouth. You'll find a copy of the page of this log in Maritime Norfolk Part Two, page 12.