Framlingham, Woodbridge IP13 9BP
Housed within Framlingham Castle, the collection is based round that of the late Harold Lanman. It includes artefacts relating to all aspects of daily life in the town over many centuries.
Lavenham Guildhall - National Trust
Lavenham CO10 9QZ
Lavenham was once one of the wealthiest places in the country. Its famous blue cloth was exported across Europe and beyond. The village today is famed for its wealth of surviving timber-framed buildings, which make it one of the best-preserved medieval villages in England.
Laxfield & District Museum
The Guildhall, High Street, Laxfield
Woodbridge IP13 8DU
The museum's collection includes early 20th century shop interiors together with window displays, artefacts, costumes; information on domestic life of the same period and the Mid Suffolk Light Railway, which terminated in Laxfield; farming and rural life in Suffolk; local 'field finds', including fossils; special exhibitions changed annually and displayed in the Marchant Room.
Little Hall Lavenham
Little Hall, Market Place
Lavenham CO10 9QZ
Step inside Little Hall, one of the oldest timberframed buildings in the best preserved of the Suffolk wool towns. Its history mirrors the changing fortunes of Lavenham. Built in the 1390s for the Causton family of clothiers, enlarged and improved in 1425-50, it was then 'modernised' in Tudor times by the addition of a fireplace and upper floor in the hall.
Long Shop Museum
Lieston IP16 4ES
In the museum you will find a staggering collection of objects, ranging from full-size steam engines (the Richard Garrett & Sons engineering business made many hundreds of steam engines here) to touching mementoes of the lives of the working people of the town. The Long Shop itself - at the heart of the museum - is a Grade II* listed engineering workshop, thought to be one of the earliest purpose-built production lines in existence (made long before Henry Ford had the same idea.), and it's chock-full of fascinating exhibits.
Lowestoft Maritime Museum
Lowestoft NR32 1XG
Lowestoft Maritime Museum is housed in a pretty flint cottage that sits between the North Sea and Lowestoft's Sparrow's Nest Park. The museum offers visitors an extensive series of displays, with many hands-on activities including lots for children and a small cinema where you can see wonderful archive film footage. If you haven't visited for a while, you'll be surprised to see how much there is.
Broad House, Nicholas Everitt Park, Oulton Broad
Lowestoft NR33 9JR
Lowestoft Museum houses a collection of objects relating to the history of the area and its people, inside a grade 2 listed building situated within the grounds of Nicholas Everitt Park.