Visit North Lincolnshire Museum
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You may book to visit the museum, on the hour, 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm and 2pm. In between those times, walk ups are welcome at the museum, but if you walk up on the hour (as above) you may have to wait around 10 mins to gain entry if someone has previously booked.
If you need to use the lift for access needs you need to book a 3pm lift slot. This is because we have a one-way system in operation for Covid-19 safety reasons, which cannot be accomplished if using the lift. The lift slot gives you sole access to the museum to achieve this. This needs to be booked a minimum of two hours in advance of your visit.
North Lincolnshire Museum along with Normanby Hall Country Park is operated by North Lincolnshire Council.
North Lincolnshire Museum offers great day out for all the family. Featuring a range of permanent galleries and a changing exhibition gallery, the museum offers a history experience for all the family. You can explore through a range of award winning collections and interactive displays.
Discover the history of North Lincolnshire
Step back in time through our interactive hands on galleries. Learn more about the areas amazing objects and history.
- Jurassic Sea
- Steel Town
- Iron Stone Cottage
- Local History
- People’s War
- Post War
For more information, take a look at our collections page.
3D tour of the Museum
We have had a 3d tour of the Museum created – sit back and take the tour.
Click on the image below to see more images.
How to find us
Sat Nav postcode DN15 7BD
You can use the zoom function on our interactive map to show the principal routes into Scunthorpe. There is a free car park for visitors behind the Museum. The car park is open from 10am to 4pm.
The railway station is just a two minute walk from the Museum. Turn left out of the station, walk up to the road junction and the Museum is in the gardens on the opposite corner.
The bus station is in the town centre. Walk through The Foundry to the High Street. Turn onto the High Street. Continue up the High Street until you reach the traffic lights. Turn left onto Oswald Road. The museum is approximately a five minute walk away on the right, just before St. Lawrence’s Church.
We offer a wide range of souvenirs and pocket money gifts to complement our galleries and changing exhibitions programme. We also have many local history publications and children books available.
Monday to Saturday: 10am to 4pm
Sunday: 1pm to 4pm
Free entry and free car parking.