- North Lincolnshire Museum
North Lincolnshire Museum (formerly known as Scunthorpe Museum) is a local museum in the town of Scunthorpe, north Lincolnshire, England.
The museum is on Oswald Road, near the Scunthorpe railway station. It is run by North Lincolnshire Council. The museum has interactive exhibits and covers archaeology, nature, the Victorian era, and war time. It is housed in the former Frodingham vicarage, built in 1874 on the site of Frodingham Hall. There is also a modern extension to the museum.
- List of museums in Lincolnshire
- ^ a b SE8910: North Lincolnshire Museum (formerly Scunthorpe), Geograph, UK.
- ^ North Lincolnshire Museum, Culture 24, UK.
- ^ North Lincolnshire Museum, Visit Lincolnshire.
- ^ "North Lincolnshire Museum". North Lincolnshire Council. http://www.northlincs.gov.uk/NorthLincs/Leisure/museums/NorthLincolnshireMuseum.htm. Retrieved 3 August 2008.
- ^ North Lincolnshire Council, UK.
Great War memorial tablet, set on the wall of the museum, listing the names of those employed at the Iron and Steel works who died in World War I.
The Barnetby Font, a rare lead baptismal font from the church of St Mary, Barnetby-le-Wold, North Lincolnshire, dating from about 1170AD, now housed in the museum.
Coordinates: 53°35′13″N 0°39′17″W / 53.5870°N 0.6546°WCategories:
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- Museums in Lincolnshire
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