The museum regularly updates exhibitions and the latest one called 'Super Models' is a real winner, featuring characters from the movie 'One Million Years B.C.' and 'Wallace & Gromit - The Curse of the Were-Rabbit'.
This model of a Fisherman's Cottage was made by Norfolk model maker Joseph 'Darby' Evans. He often used recycled materials in his work. The cottage was made from salvaged wood that he helped to construct while working as a pile-drive foreman
A hand-made 'Merry-go-round' carousel takes pride of place in the centre of the exhibition
The Aardman animations display within the exhibition is bound to be a favourite with visitors, who will instantly recognise characters and models from the Wallace & Gromit film
Trains & planes have been a source of fascination for model makers since their earliest beginnings. Early plane models were usually made with balsa wood frames covered in lacquered tissue paper, which can still be purchased from Hobbies.
The Merrivale Model Village opened on Great Yarmouth seafront in early 1961 and remains one of the areas best-loved visitor attractions.
This model of the <Great Yarmouth Vauxhall Bridge was created using 3D modelling software and a laser cutter.
This is but a small selection of the models and displays that can be seen in the 'Super Models' exhibition, providing an educational experience and a fun day out for all the family.