Happy New Year to all our volunteers, friends and visitors. Sadly, the inclusion of Sleaford in Tier 4 restrictions from 31st December 2020, means that the Museum cannot yet re-open. We look forward to welcoming visitors back to the Museum as soon restrictions are lifted.
A new book on the archaeology of Sleaford has been published by the Old Sleaford Heritage Group, priced at £14.99 – and just in time for Christmas! The Museum has acquired copies of this book to sell to the public. If you would like a copy, please contact Sleaford Museum by email:email@example.com (or telephone: 07518 […]
Sadly, the Museum closure has to continue throughout December due to Tier 3 Covid-19 restrictions. The Christmas window is being erected today, Wed 2nd Dec, and it will be opened regularly throughout December for passers-by to view. Do pop along to see what our wonderful team have created this year. Last year’s Museum entry in […]
SLEAFORD CASTLE EXHIBITION AT SLEAFORD MUSEUM The Sleaford and District Civic Trust is mounting a pop-up exhibition at Sleaford Museum on the two Heritage Weekends this month, 12/13th and 19/20th September. Visitors to the Museum can see the free exhibition which tells the full story of Sleaford Castle and also shows details of the latest […]
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Sleaford Museum is contributing archive photographs to the Sleaford Standard weekly and asking readers to contribute captions and/or relevant information. 08/04/2020 […]
This is a very sad time to be closed just as our latest exhibition about the iconic Bass Maltings was about to be installed. It is waiting patiently in the wings for our reopening. Meanwhile, we want to keep in touch with our regular and new visitors – we will show short displays on this […]
Sleaford Museum is following the NHS and Government guidelines on Coronavirus and social distancing. This means that, sadly, we have no other course than to close the Museum from today, 17 March 2020. We will re-open as soon as we are able to do so. Meanwhile, our local history talks programme is suspended. The first […]
On these cold and often wet days, do remember how warm a welcome you’ll receive if you pop into the Museum! So much to see, fascinating exhibitions, talk to our volunteers….it’s well worth a half an hour or so out of your day on Mondays, Wednesdays or Saturdays between 10 and 3 ☺️
The Museum is now reopen after the Christmas /New Year break. The times of opening are the usual winter times – Monday, Wednesday and Saturday from 10am till 3pm. The main exhibition is ‘The Water We Drink’ For more information, click on this link: Exhibitions during 2020.