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Narborough Museum & Heritage Centre

Will be open to the public on the following dates in 2016:
Sunday 12th June, Sunday 26th June ( 1pm-4pm)
Sunday 10th July, Sunday 24th July  (1pm-4pm)
Sunday 7th August, Sunday 21st  August (1pm-4pm)

Other times by appointment; groups of up to 15 welcome. Ring David Turner (01760 337768) or David Burchell (01760 337613) or e-mail: dturner59(at) (substitute @ for 'at')

Updated for 2016 - River Nar Bone Mill Preservation Project Display

Royal Flying Corps, Model Village of Narborough, the Pentney Mammoths and Local History.

Norfolk History and Aviation reference books.

Car parking. Free Admission.

Narborough Heritage Centre is run by the Narborough History Society and is located in the old Methodist Chapel on Main Road in the heart of the village.  It is packed full of interesting exhibits, photos, displays and documents relating to the village's rich history.  Notable exhibits include the model village, the collection of woolly mammoth bones, a restored Canberra aircraft cockpit and the 59 Squadron area.  Entrance is free and you can find details of the opening times on the left of this page.  The centre can also be opened to schools, colleges and other interested parties - by appointment.


Village Model

Narborough Village Model - Showing the village in the late 19th Century

Exhibits including 59 Squadron Artefacts

Mammoth Bones

Collection of Woolly Mammoth Bones found in Pentney