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In this exhibition discover how Viking artisans turned the materials they had around them into stunning items of cultural significance.
Ten Years A Slave, Fifty Years A Preacher
A century after his marriage to a Scunthorpe woman, Salim Charles Wilson’s name is largely unremembered locally. Tim Davies takes a fresh look at an unjustly forgotten celebrity from the early twentieth century.
Explore the role of a housewife in the 1960s through this film by artist Tracy Satchwill.
Aimed at adults with additional needs, Museum Makers is a group for those who want to get closer to history.
Curator’s Choice – The Thresher
A closer look at the threshing machine.
The YAG House
In 2019 North Lincolnshire Museum commissioned artist Tracy Satchwill to create a film using archive material from the Scunthorpe Youth Centre.
We are an award-winning museum learning team providing hands-on and engaging learning experiences for Early Years Foundation, Primary and Secondary school pupils.More details
Dead and Buried: The Archaeology of Death and Burial
A closer look at changing burial practices from the Prehistoric to Medieval.
Curator’s Choice – Fowler’s Mosaics
A closer look at William Fowler of Winterton’s engravings of mosaics.
Museum Makers Choice – The Bradley Sword
Join Museum Maker Nathan for a closer look at the Late Bronze Age Bradley Sword on display in the Archaeology Gallery.
Archaeology and History Club
North Lincolnshire Museum is inviting budding historians and archaeologists (aged 8-12 years old) to join our new club.