This award-winning museum illustrates the social history of Lincolnshire over the past several centuries, with exhibits focusing on the county's agricultural and industrial past. Prize among the exhibits is a WWI tank, a memory of the importance of Lincolnshire in the development of the tank.
Directly behind the museum is Ellis Mill, a working windmill which dates back to the 18th century. The windmill is open on weekend afternoons in summer and at other times throughout the year. The museum is well signposted from the historic centre of Lincoln, which is only a few minutes walk away, and there are several paid parking lots within a block or two.
Lincoln Travel Guide
Address: Burton Road,
England, LN1 3LY
Attraction Type: Museum
Location: Signposted from Lincoln town centre. Several nearby car parks.
Website: Museum of Lincolnshire Life
Phone: +44 (0) 1522 528448
Fax: +44 (0) 1522 521264
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