We visited the Museum Of Gas and found it a very interesting way to spend an hour or two. The volunteer staff couldn't have been any more friendly and helpful. They were also very knowledgeable on the gas making process and other topics too.
Who knew just how much went into providing the coal or town gas we all used before natural gas became the fuel of choice in the UK.
A good selection of older gas appliances were on show along with other interesting pieces of equipment.
If required a member of staff will provide a guided tour or you can as we chose to do wander around on your own with the optional guide book available for two pounds.
It would be churlish to find any fault at all especially given the free admission.
Donations can be deposited in the provided boxes, but at no stage mentioned or requested.
These type of museums are vital to keep our heritage alive so a big thank you to the volunteers at Fakenham Museum Of Gas for all their efforts.
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