The pretty village of Dunwich has a fascinating museum for all age groups; an interesting visit with welcoming and knowledgeable staff.
It is open from April to October but do check the website for times.
The Museum documents the amazing story about a city in its prime that was lost to the sea. The exhibits span Roman, Saxon, Medieval, Elizabethan, Jacobean Georgian and Victorian periods.
In the 11th Century it was the 10th largest place in England with a crusader port, a naval base, and a religious centre with several big churches, monasteries, hospitals, impressive public buildings and even a mint.
Well worth a visit and run entirely by volunteers. A gem of a place.
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