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Become a Museum Sponsor
We are offer the opportunity to sponsor items in the museum in the name of your organisation or business, as an individual or as a memorial to a loved one.

Every sponsor receives a certificate and picture of the item sponsored and all the names are recorded in the museum. Your contribution can be publicised or kept confidential according to your wishes.

In addition, you will have the knowledge that you have contributed to the development of a museum in a Grade 1 listed building that has been used for governance purposes since Tudor times.

Every sponsor will be invited once a year to an opening event at the start of each season. All sponsors also receive free entry to the museum.

Sponsorship Opportunities
Items to sponsor are listed in the table below.

All sponsorship is offered on a first come, first served basis and is for five years.

Should you require any further details, or want to discuss opportunities, please contact our sponsorship team.

Items with a * * below have already been sponsored.

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Item Description

Available

Amount

Police truncheon from William IV era

2

£100

Tablets for digital display

8

£150

Replica Town Seals

1

£200

Replica small mace

2

£200

Whalebone sign **

1

£250

Replica large mace

1

£250

Children’s dressing up chest and mini mayor’s outfits

1

£250

Conservation of ship models

1

£250

Mayor’s Chair **

1

£400

Replica Mayor’s Consort chain

1

£400

Replica Mayor’s Chain

1

£500

Bathing machine display

1

£500

Tables in Council Chamber

6

£1000

Saxon claw beaker **

1

£1000

Barbers Point and Casket Girl display **

1

£1000

James Cable portrait **

1

£1000

Aldeburgh Worthies picture **

1

£1000

Cabinet of Curiosities

1

£1000

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How accessible is the museum?

The museum has worked hard to ensure that everyone is welcome and is able to access the displays and enjoy themselves when they visit us.

Access for visitors with physical disabilities
The Moot Hall is a grade one listed building and the exhibits are on two floors, with the main entrance on the first floor and the exit on the ground floor. For those with limited mobility who cannot climb the stairs, there is access through the ground floor, where you can look around the museum room and its exhibits. Tablet computers will provide support for those unable to climb the stairs (coming soon). Our front of staff are ready to assist when you arrive.

We are sorry but the museum is not wheelchair accessible but it is possible that access could be possible for small wheelchairs through the ground floor. Please let us know your requirements.

Access for visitors with visual impairments include:
Tablet support (coming soon) and a handling collection and items to touch. Access dogs are welcome.

Access for deaf or hard of hearing visitors includes:
Subtitles for spoken word film material. Assistance dogs are welcome.

Access for visitors who have a learning disability, dementia or are on the autistic spectrum includes:
An experienced member of staff.  In due course we expect to have SEN backpacks and a sensory map.

If you have any additional needs please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate you.

What is there for children?

Whether you have tiny tots or teenagers, there’s plenty to do with the family. There is dressing up as a mini mayor, games and challenges, trails and more.

Whether that’s seeing our exhibitions or taking part in one our workshops, we want you to feel at home here.

 

What is included in my ticket?

Your admission ticket includes entry to all our temporary exhibitions and permanent collection displays. You may also borrow a tablet computer to learn more about our exhibits (coming soon). Your ticket enables you to visit multiple times over a one year period though does not cover special events.