Moyse’s Hall Museum’s autumn and winter programme ranges from life in World War II to the Cybermen.
The programme starts on August bank holiday weekend with The Phoney War, from August 30 to September 1, the day the war began in 1939. The Phoney War was the period between then and the beginning of the fight for France.
Included in the normal admission fee, it offers a glimpse of life with 1940s clothes, music and food.
The Tardis materialises from October 26 to November 3, with the usual villains and on October 31, between 6pm and 8pm, you can take a ghost tour with the Victorian Gentleman telling local ghost tales for Halloween.
At the same time on November 20 the story of St Edmunds will be told but for more spooky tales, visit on December 8 and 10 to hear stories from Great Livermere raised M R James.