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Fishing Heritage Centre - Galleries and exhibitions


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Contact information

Contact:

Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre

Address:

Alexandra Dock, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, DN31 1UZ

Telephone:

01472 323345

Email:

fhc@nelincs.gov.uk

Opening Times

Monday:

CLOSED

Tuesday:

November 1st - March 31st 10am - 4pm. April 1st - October 31st 10am - 5pm

Wednesday:

November 1st - March 31st 10am - 4pm. April 1st - October 31st 10am - 5pm

Thursday:

November 1st - March 31st 10am - 4pm. April 1st - October 31st 10am - 5pm

Friday:

November 1st - March 31st 10am - 4pm. April 1st - October 31st 10am - 5pm

Saturday:

November 1st - March 31st 10am - 4pm. April 1st - October 31st 10am - 5pm

Sunday:

November 1st - March 31st 10am - 4pm. April 1st - October 31st 10am - 5pm

Bank Holidays:

November 1st - March 31st 10am - 4pm. April 1st - October 31st 10am - 5pm

Wheelchair access Wheelchair access

Adapted toilet Adapted toilet

Level access toilet Level access toilet

Hearing system Hearing system

The Fishing Heritage Centre has two exhibition galleries, Muriel Barker Gallery and the Cafe Gallery.

The museum hosts temporary exhibitions ranging from a mixture of travelling shows and exhibitions created from the Museum Service’s own collections and works by local artists and organisations.

Café Gallery

Carole Morton

30th September 2014 to 4th January 2015
Local Artist who paints a variety of scenes of bygone Grimsby.

Kevin Atkins & Sam Delaney

6th January – 1st March 2015
Local artists known for their involvement with the Creative Start community group. Both artists work in many mediums but specialise in pop art.

Mark Ives

3rd March – 31st May 2015
Local artist who paints a variety of subjects related to the coast and the fishing industry.

 

Murial Barker Gallery

Eleven Eleven Eleven


November 11th 2014 – January 4th 2015

The fifteenth and final exhibition as part of the current 'Unlocking the Collection' series.
The exhibition is to reflect on the impact of war on the people of Grimsby and the surrounding areas, as well as the dangerous task of minesweeping and anti-submarine work that took place from the port in both World Wars.

Horold Grosney - Retrospective

7th February to 2nd August 2014

A retrospective of art pieces by renowned artist Harold Gosney. The exhibition will include 2D artworks and sculptures

Perseverance: A Celebration of 100 Years Afloat

 Terry Clarke until 4th January 2015
To celebrate the birthday of one of our vessels the Perseverance, local artist Terry Clarke has created a series of artworks and sketches marking her 100th year. The Perserverance was built in 1914 and spent many years working as a shrimping vessels before being sold to Great Grimsby Council in 1987 for restoration and exhibition in the Fishing Heritage Centre. Terry’s artwork is on display in the foyer at atrium at the Heritage Centre.


Opening times

Winter - 1st November to 31st March
Tuesday to Friday 10:00am - 4:00pm (closed Monday)
Saturday and Sunday 10:00am - 4:00pm (including Bank Holidays)

Summer - 1st April to 31st October
Tuesday to Sunday 10:00am - 5:00pm (Closed Mondays)
Bank holiday Mondays open 10:00am - 5:00pm

Last admission into the Galleries is one hour prior to closing time.

For more details about exhibitions contact Rachel McWilliam on 01472 323004 or rachel.mcwilliam@nelincs.gov.uk

 The galleries are also available to rent for exhibitions.  Please contact Rachel McWilliam on 01472 323004 or rachel.mcwilliam@nelincs.gov.uk

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