The Custom House, Kings Lynn :: Shared Description

The 17th century Custom House is a Grade 1 listed building. It overlooks the site overlooking the site of the town's mediaeval harbour. The Custom House was designed by Henry Bell and built by Sir John Turner in 1683. Initially Customs occupied the top floor with a merchant's exchange on the ground floor. By 1717 Customs used the whole building.
It now houses King Lynn's Tourist Information Office.
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TF6120 : Custom House by N Chadwick
TF6120 : Purfleet Street, Kings Lynn by habiloid
TF6120 : The Custom House, Kings Lynn by habiloid

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Created: Thu, 14 Nov 2019, Updated: Thu, 14 Nov 2019

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