Founded in 1884 by Louth Naturalists',
Antiquarian and Literary Society
Registered Charity No. 1145436
A Local Independent Museum
Quality Assured Visitor Attraction
Louth Museum hosts and presents special events throughout the year.
|December 2013||Louth Museum||Museum Staff|
Virtually all of our extensive collection of books, many on local history and several dating back to the 1600's, will be available at these supervised sessions 10am to 12 midday. Admission £2 (LNALS members £1).
Our Library Open Days on 13th September and 18th October will form part of the following festivals, Lincolnshire Heritage Open Days (September) and the Wolds Words Festival (October).
Booking essential via firstname.lastname@example.org tel: 01507 605825 (please leave a message).
|Saturday 14th September
Sunday 15th September
|St Mary’s Church|
On Saturday 14th September and Sunday 15th September from 12 noon to 5 p.m. St Mary’s Church, North Somercotes, is having a festival with a difference. Instead of the more usual Flower Festival or Art Exhibition there will be a ‘Collection of Collections’ Exhibition.
This isn’t just what might be thought of as ‘collections’, such as stamps, model trains etc, but the sort of thing most of us will have at home – china plates, thimbles, garden gnomes. The collections range from Wedgwood to Charity Pins, via model motorbikes and ties, and much more. If you’re interested in them, then someone else is bound to be. A contestant on a recent TV quiz show admitted to collecting guitar plectrums! There will also be a special exhibit which has been kindly lent by Louth Museum. This is a selection of hats which were worn by Mrs Mary Cuppleditch on civic occasions when her husband George was Mayor of Louth in 1978 – 1979. Mrs Cuppleditch’s hats are a fascinating glimpse into fashion history. They are part of a collection of 60 hats which the museum has. Some hats are high-end designer labels, while others are the sort that many women would have worn at the time. Most were supplied by ‘The Hat Box’ on Upgate in Louth. A great chance to see a selection of Mrs Cuppleditch’s hats which were donated by her family to Louth Museum.
|Thursday 1st August||Louth Museum||Museum Staff|
'Horrible Histories' Guided Tour for ages 7 to 11 years.
Places are limited so pre-booking essential 2pm to 4pm. Admission £3 including refreshments.
|Saturday 1st June to Saturday 29th June||Louth Museum||Museum Staff|
Experience the pageantry and glamour of Queen Elizabeth IIs 1953 coronation through photographs, souvenirs and other memorabilia of the era. This exhibition will open on Saturday 1st June to Saturday 29th June 10am to 4pm.
Much of what is on display has been generously loaned by local people and organisations for which the Museum is extremely grateful.
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