King's Lynn Customs House. Open times vary. Free entry.

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There is on-road parking just over the road from the Tourist Information Office and there is a drop kerb at the doorway with automatic doors. There are stairs to the upstairs displays.

Brief Description:

Built in 1683 the Customs House is a Grade I listed building and, as the name suggests, was used as the offices for customs officers. Presently it is the home of the Tourist Information Office.

Further Information:


Purfleet Quay, King's Lynn PE30 1HP



01553 763044


Opening Hours:

April to September:

Monday to Saturday – 10am to 5pm; Sunday – 12pm – 5pm

October to March:

Monday to Saturday – 10.30am – 4pm; Sunday – 12pm – 4pm


The market town of King’s Lynn is 44 miles west of Norwich along the A47; the customs house is on Purfleet Quay, off the A148. OS TF 616200


King’s Lynn has excellent transport links, offering both trains and buses. For further details contact Norfolk County Council on 0344 800 8020 or


There are no places to eat and drink onsite, but there are plenty of places nearby in King’s Lynn. There are no toilets onsite; however, there are toilets, plus disability facilities, nearby at Baker Lane.

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