North Lincolnshire Museum
Oswald Road, Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire DN15 7BD
Monday to Saturday and bank hols: 10am to 4pm (excluding 25, 26 Dec and 1 Jan)
Sunday: 1pm to 4pm
Disabled access to all displays.
Free admission, free car parking.
Courtyard Café is open Monday to Saturday: 11am to 3pm
North Lincolnshire Museum explores the history and archaeology of North Lincolnshire through interactive and accessible exhibits. Base in Scunthorpe, it is free to visit and is open seven days a week. The galleries of geology, natural history, archaeology and local and social history are set over two floors, with a lift to the first floor. The Courtyard café is on the ground floor. The events programme caters for all ages including families, under 5s and adults. Many activities and events are free to attend. The Museum has been awarded the Communication and Interaction Charter Mark and was shortlisted for the Telegraph family friendly museum of the year award.
Tel: 01724 843533 Email: Museum@northlincs.gov.uk
- Hands-on and engaging workshops across five different venues in North Lincolnshire including North Lincolnshire Museum, Normanby Hall Country Park, Baysgarth House Museum, Brigg Heritage Centre and Waters’ Edge Country Park
- Outreach workshops and themed experiences at your school.
- Loans service with themed boxes to complement your workshops.
- Learning experiences tailored to the needs of your school pupils.
- Workshops evaluated by teachers and school pupils to ensure we provide a consistent high service.
- We have been awarded the Sandford Award for Heritage Education.
- We have a Learning Outside the Classroom Quality Badge, which assures teachers that we offer quality learning experiences and manage risk effectively.
- We have received the North Lincolnshire Communication and Interaction Charter Mark.
- Shortlisted for Shine a Light award which showcases excellent practice around support children and young people’s communication development.
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