Admissions Fees: Adults £6, Children £3, Seniors £5
The East Anglian Railway Museum is a living heritage site based at Chappel railway station, situated on the edge of breath-taking Constable Country and adjacent to one of the largest railway viaducts in Eastern England. Its original Victorian buildings, restored trains, carriages and Signal Boxes tell a unique story of railways and people's lives in East Anglia from the 1840s to the present day. With something for everyone, the Museum also offers activities for children. Ask at reception for Milo Mouse trail sheets and get to know Milo's cousins, or dress up as a Station Master and pull the heavy levers in the Signal Box.