Immingham Museum and Heritage Centre

This small museum was established in 1970 and is based at the Civic Centre.  The museum tells the story of the building of Immingham Docks, which was opened by King George V in 1912, and the involved of the Great Central Railway.   The museum also features a small display depicting the Pilgrim Separatists who escaped England from Immingham in 1608.

Many of the displays feature railway memorabilia, photos and documents. As well as docks and railways exhibits there are room settings for Victorian, Edwardian, Grocers and Chemists Shops and an archive of photographs and documents.

The museum was very proud to be one of the few museums to be granted full registration status as a fully voluntary organisation in 2003.

There is a rolling programme of changing exhibitions each year.

Admission : Free

Disabled Access only on ground floor

Visits by groups can be arranged with the Hon Curators

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