The Immingham museum was estabvlished in 1970 and tells the story of the Immingham area from prehistoric to the present day.
Our downstairs rooms include:
- exhibitions showing the story up to 1900, with a focus on the Pilgrim fathers
- wartime experiences and items from Immingham houses and shops
- a reading and research room, well stocked with local history sources including an extensive railway history archive
- a group/school meeting area and video presentations
The upstairs gallery (limited access for those with severe physical disability), focuses on the history of the Immingham Dock and has a major working railway layout showing the development of the dock by the Great Central Railway. There are major working exhibitions, video presentations and the historic NUR Banner.
The Immingham museum is an accredited museum, a registered charity and a member of the Association of Independent Museums.
Visit the museum
Entry to the museum is FREE.
Extra opening hours for groups by arrangement.
We are open Wednesday to Saturday 1pm to 4pm
Where to find us
Immingham Civic Centre, Pelham Road, Immingham, C E Lincolnshire, DN40 1QF.
Entry from the Washdyke Lane Car Park by the Youth Centre entrance.
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If you would like to volunteer at the museum contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 01469 577066.
Telephone: 01469 577066