The Muckleburgh Collection
The Muckleburgh Collection is the UK’s largest privately owned Military Collection with 25 Tanks all in working order, including armoured cars, bombs, artillery and missiles used by the allied armies during World War II. It incorporates the Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry Museum of uniforms, weapons, photographs and documents, RAF Reconnaissance and Air Sea Rescue and Marine Craft.
There are items of artillery used in the Falkland Islands and uniforms, weapons and other equipment recovered from coalition and Iraqi armies in the Gulf War. Some post-war aircraft is on display with a unique collection of model ships.
Tank demonstrations and rides make it an exciting day’s visit.
Seal Watching at Blakeney is a once in a lifetime experience, enabling close up encounters with these inquisitive animals, usually swimming right up to the boat! Set amidst spectacular coastal scenery, most seal watching trips take visitors to Blakeney Point. It is maintained by the National Trust and is also an important breeding ground for many rare birds – as well as seals.
Most of the seals seen are Common and Grey seals. Common seals have their young between June and August, the Greys between November and January.
Choose from the Seal Trip boat trips with Bishop’s Boats, Beans Boats or Temples Seal Trips for the best Seal Watching experience available.