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Louth Museum

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biggles231 wrote a review Sep 2020
Norfolk127 contributions54 helpful votes
Didn't expect it to be quite as eclectic and interesting as it it is! Lots to see, and some very interesting exhibits. Guides are very helpful with answering any questions.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Gemma W wrote a review Feb 2020
53 contributions32 helpful votes
Ok so this Museum is quite small I visited with my mum and 4 daughters ages 10-15 years we went during October half term so it was free to enter we enjoyed looking at all the artifacts and some of the towns history but this didnt take very long and for what we would have normally had to pay for it would have been very expensive I understand about running costs etc but for the length of the average visit is over priced compared to so much larger Museum.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Anita wrote a review Nov 2019
Louth, United Kingdom2 contributions
Much more to see than the outside promises. Packed with artifacts from Ice age through Roman to 21 century. Well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Amy S wrote a review Oct 2019
Rugby, United Kingdom24 contributions8 helpful votes
A lovely little local museum with lots of well presented information. Lots of interactive and hands on displays for the kids. Friendly and helpful staff.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Chrisinkingwood2 wrote a review Oct 2019
Houston, Texas4,980 contributions583 helpful votes
As I entered I was greeted by an elderly man who was a volunteer there. I discovered during October admission is free, he took time to show me their copy of famous panorama in the first room, painted by William Brown between 1844 and 1847. Brown’s Panorama is a bird’s eye view of Louth and the surrounding area, framed in the time warp of a busy sunny day. Painted in 1844 from the top of St. James’ Church Spire this contemporary nationally important town panorama is on display in the Louth Town Council Old Courtroom. The panorama was painted by William Brown and is a remarkable 360 degrees panorama on two oil on linen canvasses each 9 feet by 6 feet. He had climbed up the scaffold around the church spire that was set up for repairs and made sketches and later painted it on canvas in his workshop, The museum has many other things to see including a lot on the great flood when many people drowned. You can park nearby at the Co-op store parking lot
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Date of experience: October 2019
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