Due to essential maintenance the Ross Tiger will be closed from 23 February and re-opens on 9 March 2015.
The museum will be open as normal.
We apologise for any inconveniencw that this may cause.
Fishing has often been described as one of the toughest jobs in the world. So why not come along and find out for yourselves and sign up as a crew member and witness first hand on a journey of discovery at the Fishing Heritage Centre, Grimsby.
Bring along the whole family and navigate your way around Grimsby's Fishing Heritage Centre and discover what life was like for trawlermen and their families in the 1950s. Experience the sights, sound and smells of the times that follow visitors through the interactive displays.
Join the fishermen in the Freeman's Arms, come and experience the moving deck, visit the dockside shop and queue up for some fish and chips!
Get your ticket from the signing on desk and climb aboard the Ross Tiger trawler moored adjacent to the museum and listen to some of the tales that our trawler guides will entertain you with from their days at sea. (Some restriction may apply).
The museum is suitable for all ages, we also have an easy access route. Many interactive displays and get dressed up as a fisherman or apprentice boy.
Browse the gift shop with its unique items, we are currently stocking a vast range of Parlane items at prices to suit all pockets, as well as some old favourites and plenty of pocket money items.
Why not relax and unwind in the cafe which serves a variety of coffees, teas and cold drinks, and has locally produced cakes to jacket potatoes and paninis. You can also view the current exhibition whilst relaxing with your meal.
There are two exhibition rooms at the museum and both are free of charge, both are open during museum opening times.
We look forward to welcoming you to the museum.
- Adults: £6
- Children: £2
- Concessions: £4
- Family ticket: £12 (2 adults and up to 5 children)
There are car parking facilities next to the museum, which are pay and display, there are limited disabled bays, which are free of charge to blue badge holders. Please bring in one half of your car park ticket, of which up to £2 is redeemable off admission charges.
A PDF version of the FHC museum booklet is available to be downloaded at the side of this page. This includes more pictures and information about the museum. Alternatively you can view up to date information about the musuem from the links below.
On March 5th 2013, the museum was honoured to have been visited by HRH Duchess of Cambridge. Click on the link below for video of the visit.
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Grimsby Tourist Information Centre is also located in the main foyer at the Fishing Heritage Centre. Feel free to pop in and browse local regional information and tourist information assistants are on hand to assist you should you require further assistance. We will happily help you with anything below.
- Attraction leaflets
- Event Leaflets
- Local bus timetables
- Local attraction vouchers - subject to availability
- Humber Bridge - (Class 2 Car) £27.00 per book
- National Express - Agents for National Express
- Amvale - Agents for Amvale day trips - bookable Monday to Friday
- Hull Truck Theatre – Booking agent
- Hull New Theatre – Booking agent
- Skegness Embassy – Booking agent
- RAF Waddington – Ticket agent
- Arts Forum Festival – Ticket agent
- Auditorium – Booking agent
- Caxton Theatre – Booking agent
- Local ticket agents with no surcharges
- Radar Keys
- Allotment keys
The Grimsby Tourist Information Centre is open Tuesday to Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday 10am – 4.45pm (summer) 10am - 3.45pm (winter) For further details you can contact our Tourism Assistants on 01472 324183 or email us at email@example.com if you need any further information.