North Lincolnshire Museum is a local authority museum in Scunthope. As part of the Humber Museums Partnership, the Museum receives Arts Council England funding to deliver engaging exhibitions and programmes telling the story of the area. Find out more about the work we do and how you can get involved.
The Museum collection features objects telling the rich history of North Lincolnshire. From amazing ammonites, through early medieval gold bling, to steel workers boots. With objects dating from North Lincolnshire’s prehistoric origins to the modern day. FindDiscover the collections
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
A Thousand Tiny Wings
A Thousand Tiny Wings is an exhibition exploring the lives of insects. These remarkable creatures can be found all around us, in our gardens, parks and even our homes, and without them life on Earth would not be possible.
Shoreline, Skyline, Treetop Messenger
A community artwork installation created by artists Juneau Projects inspired by the Museum’s taxidermy collection.
Museum Makers – The Exhibition
The Museum Makers have been learning how to create an exhibition, choosing everything from the logo to the placement of the cases.
Video and drawing installation created in response to William Smith’s 1815 geological map.