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Early wealth came from the town's control of the River Yare, which leads inland to Norwich, while its herring industry saw a spectacular boom in the 19th century.
Famously, Robinson Crusoe-author Daniel Defoe thought Great Yarmouth 'infinitely superior to Norwich'. Today, the quayside and the ‘little palaces’ he so admired, is at the heart of Yarmouth’s Heritage Quarter and also where you'll find the town’s excellent museums.
The Imperial Hotel
North Drive, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk NR30 1EQ
Time and Tide Museum
Set in a beautifully preserved Victorian curing works, Time and Tide tells the story of Great Yarmouth from its Ice Age origins to the present day... Read more
Elizebethan House Museum
The Elizabethan House is probably one of the Yarmouth quayside houses Daniel Defoe described as looking like ‘little palaces’... Read more
The Nelson Museum is a Grade II listed Georgian merchants house in Great Yarmouth where you can discover more about Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson... Read more