While the museum is closed
While the museum is closed for the winter, why not take a virtual tour of the museum (TAKE A TOUR), search in our collection (GALLERIES – ONLINE COLLECTIONS) or read our regular blog posts (click below).
"Louth Then and Now", a book based on the exhibitions of old photos that were held in the museum, is now published and would make a super Christmas present! Price £20. It is available at the Ants & Nats meetings on Tuesday evenings before Christmas. Or contact Louth Museum to arrange a time to purchase it from the museum.
Would you like to join our great team of volunteers? The role of a volunteer is varied and exciting, helping to keep Louth Museum running smoothly. During the open season, most volunteers undertake a weekly 3-hour shift. If you feel you might like to help or require more information, do contact us.
Schools and youth groups
Louth Museum offers educational visits for pupils of all ages. We have a wide range of exhibits and can tailor our presentation to your particular needs. Popular topics are
The Louth Flood of 1920
Louth in the 1840s as recorded on William Brown's panorama
Early Louth: pre-historic, Roman, and medieval finds
Groups are welcome Monday to Friday, April to October (but not in the winter months). The price is £2 per child, with accompanying adults free of charge. We offer toilet facilities, and space to store children’s bags if you are also visiting elsewhere in the town.
Explore the museum using our interactive map (click below), and don't hesitate to contact us to discuss a potential visit.