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Louth Museum, Louth

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A truly local museum, run entirely by volunteers with a passion for Louth. Quizzes and dressing-up activities for children. 3 galleries full of local interest, from mammoth's teeth to a scale model of the Malt Kiln, and the mezzanine floor devoted to the Louth Flood of 1920.
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  • A wonderful look back at the history of the local area. Full of local character. The Lincolnshire long wool exhibition was fascinating too.  more »
  • A small museum packed full of surprises. The volunteer attendants are extremely friendly and informative.  more »
  • We visited this museum a few years ago and had such an enjoyable visit then that we made it a target this time when we were in lincolnshire. Again a fascinating visit with the addition of an exhibitio...  more »
  • Lovely friendly and helpful staff. Interesting display. Impressive although sad flood disaster display. Well worth a visit.
  • Went there very Interesting to know how much louth contributed to the UK on a whole nice little museum
  • A great little museum, well worth a visit.
  • I live in Louth and visited the museum just to be nosey! Wow! I was well impressed. Definitely going back to spend a few hours discovering the history of my home town.
  • A fascinating display. Highlights include a panoramic painting made from the top of the Church and a collection of carvings of dead birds (a little morbid but intricately carved). Unfortunately, photography is not permitted.