A trip to North Lincolnshire Museum is a great day out for all the family! Discover the stories of North Lincolnshire through many interactive exhibits – become a nature detective in ‘Go Wild’, step back in time in the victorian ironstone cottage and relive the ‘Peoples War’. Take a look inside our Post-war 1950s kitchen and 1960s living room and enjoy the treasures in the Archaeology Gallery and Temporary Exhibitions.
Highlights of the North Lincolnshire Museum’s collection include the Bronze Age Appleby Log Boat in the Archaeology Gallery, and history and objects relating to the Haxey Hood in the local history collection. The museum display’s reflect not only the great changes in the region but also the everyday lives of ordinary people.
The 1950’s inspired Courtyard Tearoom is open 10:30am to 3:30pm Monday to Saturday, and 1:30pm to 3:30pm Sunday.
Admittance to the museum is free.
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