Our new exhibition is now installed – it concentrates upon the fascinating history of Sleaford Workhouse – be one of the first to view! Entrance is free, as always – visitor donations are welcomed and appreciated, as they support the running and development of the Museum.
Our next Local History talk will be on Tuesday 25th September in St Denys’ Church Rooms just off the Market Place. Starting at 7.30pm, its subject is the history of Sleaford Workhouse, presented by Nigel Ogden. £1 for members and £3 for non-members; refreshments available and there will be a raffle. Click here to see Membership page, […]
A new exhibition on the history of the Sleaford Workhouse is taking shape and will be available in the Museum soon.
Bring your children aged 6 to 11 along to the Museum on Wednesday afternoon 8th August between 1pm and 3pm to enjoy a fun afternoon decorating swords, shields and crowns to recall the ‘Days of bad King John at Sleaford Castle’. Entry is free and each craft activity will cost £1 to cover costs. Children […]
The Museum is holding four activity afternoons for children aged 6 to 11 on Wednesday afternoons in August, starting 8th August. Children must be accompanied and there is a £1 charge to cover costs. The first session is 8th August from 1pm to 3pm, centred on the Days of King John at Sleaford Castle, children can […]
To coincide with the 800th anniversary celebrations of St Botolph’s Church, Quarrington, come and see the beautiful cabinet of historical artefacts in the Museum. More info about the celebrations on our page Talks and events
Come to hear Doug Plowman give his fascinating insights into Sleaford Castle, its history and importance. In St Denys’ Church Rooms on Tuesday 24th July, 7.30pm. Talks and events
Local historical artefacts – finds from Sleaford Old Heritage Group Community dig, and from a local detectorist. This exhibition will show a collection of archaeological and historical finds by local detectorist, Ray Hilliard and some of the artefacts from the dig from the Old Place area of Boston Road that was carried out two years […]
We were delighted to welcome Lynn McFarland to play in the Museum on Saturday May 5th as part of ‘Sleaford Live’. On Saturday 12th May, we welcome Keith Collishaw between 11am and 12.30. Keith is a singer, songwriter, busker, solo performer and founder member of Sleaford Ukulele Orchestra! Don’t miss the chance to see Keith […]
Come and see our new window display! Sleaford Museum is helping to commemorate the formation of the Royal Air Force on 1st April 1918 with a special window display and exhibits inside the Museum, reflecting the importance of the Service in Lincolnshire, and in Sleaford particularly due to its proximity to RAF College Cranwell.