The Museum of Lincolnshire Life’s rich and varied social history collection reflects and celebrates the culture of Lincolnshire and its people from 1750 to the present day. Exhibits illustrate commercial, domestic, agricultural, industrial and community life.
As the home to an authentic World War One tank named “Flirt”, the museum also houses interactive galleries of the Royal Lincolnshire Regiment, which have won prestigious national awards. Perhaps you can find information about family members who served here?
The Museum of Lincolnshire Life offers a wide range of services including exhibitions in a community gallery, group quiz sessions and an education program linked to the National Curriculum.
Self-led groups tours are free (booking for large groups is advised) but staff-led tours of the museum or stores are available at a per person fee (booking essential). Free parking available for two coaches. Meeting room available for hire with tea/coffee served at a rate per head (price on request).
The Great War Remembered
A series of five autumn exhibitions at the Museum of Lincolnshire Life chronicling the First World War through the eyes of Lincolnshire's residents on the 100th anniversary of the war starting.Find out more
A Victorian Christmas
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