Curators Choice – The Victorian Parlour

The building that is now North Lincolnshire Museum was once the vicarage for Frodingham’s St Lawrence’s Church. The Vicarage was built in 1874 for Reverend Weigall. Traces of this history can still be found in the Museum, especially in the Victorian Parlour.

The Victorian Parlour has been furnished as typical middle class living room of the 1870s. Visitors who peer in through the window will see a comfortable room with treasured possessions on show. The cabinet in the corner contains a selection of fossils from the important Canon Cross Collection.

In this video, Learning and Development Assistant Georgina Simmons, takes a closer look at the Victorian Parlour and its treasures.

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