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Louth Museum

Louth Museum - A Journey of Discovery

IN A HISTORY TARDIS

Louth Museum is an award winning visitor attraction in the historic market town of Louth, nestling at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds. There are four galleries, a library and a gift shop.

Discover:

  • The back-lit panoramic bird’s-eye view of Victorian Louth
  • Rocks and fossils of the Lincolnshire Wolds
  • 200,000 years of local archaeology
  • Brickmaking and printing
  • The disastrous Louth Flood of May 1920
  • The story of the Ghost of the Green Lady
  • Carpets made in Louth
  • The largest national collection of Victorian woodcarvings by Thomas Wilkinson Wallis

Whilst the museum is closed - why not take a virtual tour.

Louth Museum is now open again

See our "Visit" page for more information.

Finds Day

Tuesday 24 August 2021, 11 am to 2 pm

Lisa Brundle of the Lincolnshire Portable Antiquities Scheme will be holding a “Finds Day” in Louth Museum. 

Members of the public are invited to bring in items for identification and recording, particularly old metal items that have been discovered in the ground.  This service is free, but a monetary donation to support the work of the museum would be appreciated.

 

 

Louth Then & Now

Exhibition, August to October 2021

This exhibition by Debbie Royle, Sue Fair and Ruth Gatenby presents a selection of historic photographs, and in comparison photos of exactly the same scenes today.

The “old” photos are from the Louth Museum collection; the “New” photos were taken between 2019 and 2021 by Debbie Royle, Derek Smith and Sophie Pritchard.