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    A week of themed events at the Sheringham Museum at the Mo.

    From Saturday 10th February to Saturday 17th February


    Date and timeEvent title and descriptioncost
    Saturday 10th Feb.

    10:30am – 2:00pm

    Viking Shield Making

    Entry through the rear schools entrance

    Children must be accompanied by an Adult

    £2:00 per shield *

    Show your shield at the museum entrance to gain free admission for participating children. 1 child entry per shield.

    Sunday 11th Feb.

    12:00 – 3:00pm

    Design and make your own Viking badgeFree with museum admission.
    Monday 12th Feb.

    10:30am – 2:00pm

    Design and print your own Viking design T-shirt.

    Entry through the rear schools entrance

    Children must be accompanied by an Adult

    £5:00* per shirt


    Tuesday 13th Feb.

    11:00am – 3:00pm

    Write your name in RunesFree with museum admission.
    Wednesday 14th Feb.

    11:00am – 3:00pm


    Norse & Celtic colouring and Viking CartoonsFree with museum admission.
    Thursday 15th Feb.

    11:00am – 3:00pm


    Sundial making? Or Viking navigation?
    Friday 16th Feb.

    10:30am – 3:30pm

    Viking Boat Building film showingFree with museum admission.
    Saturday 17th Feb.


    Viking Boat Building film showing 10:30-4:00pm

    Battle 11:00am meet at Lifeboat plain

    Story telling session 12:00

    Viking Sheringham talk 1:00pm (Tim)

    Battle 2:00pm on the prom

    Parade from Station road car park 4:00pm

    Boat Burning on the beach 5:30pm

    Free with museum admission.


    Free with museum admission.

    Free with museum admission.

    *  All workshop proceeds to go towards the Viking Festival costs.



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    2 Reviews on “Viking Festival”

    1. Jemma Dunne Viking Festival
      Overall Rating:

      We love this festival – its great to see the town come alive in the winter. I have a young family and its a really good one for them. This year we followed the procession to the west prom and we got stuck (along with many others) on the slop behind the wall (down towards Ellie’s beach cafe) where we couldn’t see anything, which was really disappointing as we missed the boat burning. Thank you again for organising for the town – I couldn’t believe how many people came this year :-).

    2. Emma Furness Viking Festival
      Overall Rating:

      Thank you to everyone at the museum today who made us so welcome and took the time to talk to my nephew about his shield creation. We had a lovely time 🙂

      If I may give a word of advice, we were asked on the high street where the museum is … perhaps some extra signage in the town would be useful?

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