See a Norfolk attraction in a new light as Nights at the Museum is gearing up to return this month.

The event will take place at Bressingham Steam Museum, near Diss, on Friday, July 12 from 5.30pm to 10.30pm with free entry.

You can ride the Gallopers, for a small charge, up until the live music begins with Sons of Mark performing from 7.45pm.

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Visitors will also be able to explore the museum and its Buster the Roller engine will be in steam.

Sons of Mark are performing at the July eventSons of Mark are performing at the July event (Image: Sons of Mark)

Due to the weather forecast, the July event will take place indoors. 

Throughout the evening, the on-site café will serve street food and other refreshments and there is also an ice cream hut, sweet shop and bar serving local beers and wines. 

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Nights at the Museum returns two more times in 2024 on Friday, August 23 and Friday, September 13, with live music from The High Points and The Foreign Locals respectively. 

Only food and drink purchased at Bressingham Steam Museum can be consumed on the premises.

The gardens and trains will not be open or running and only assistance dogs are allowed.