We were incredibly lucky with the weather when the Museum went to the River Slea to assist William Alvey Year 6’s with their History and Geography fieldwork – as you can see, the sun shone and it stayed dry. The children behaved impeccably despite the obvious excitement of getting into the river to carry out […]
It’s that time of the year again! The Christmas window exhibition will be open to view from Saturday 27th November from 10am till 3pm each day, even if the Museum is closed.
The theme of this year’s Remembrance display inside Sleaford Museum will be ‘100 Years of the British Legion’. In addition to the usual opening times during that period, the Museum will also be open from 10 till 12.30 on Thursday 11th November and from 10 till 12.30 on Sunday 14th November.
On Saturday 4th September, the ‘Museum on the Road’ team will be supporting the 28th Sleaford Classic Car & Motorcycle Show, 10.30 to 16.30, in Council Offices car park on East Road. The Show had to be cancelled last year due to Covid, and so this show is long awaited and features over 120 cars […]
Sleaford Museum will participate in the annual Heritage Open Days on Sat/Sun, Sept 11th/12th and 18th/19th, with the Museum open from 10am till 3pm each day. Sleaford Civic Trust will host a pop-up exhibition in the Museum on the latest results and interpretation of recent local research into the origins of Sleaford Castle. The exhibition […]
The long-awaited Sleaford Maltings exhibition which has been ‘waiting in the wings’ throughout our enforced closures due to Covid is to be installed later this month – the first date for viewing will be on Saturday 24th July. The Museum will also begin opening on Wednesdays, 10 till 3pm, on Wed 28th July. The Local […]
We are delighted to announce that Sleaford Museum will reopen from 10 till 3pm on Saturday, 22nd May 2021 after closure due to Covid-19 restrictions. Details of what to expect on your visit are shown on the front page of the website. Please wear a face mask during your visit and use the hand sanitiser […]
The Sleaford Museum is pleased to be able to offer another new publication about the history of the town. It has been produced by the well-known Lincolnshire railway historian, Alan Stennett. The book tells the story of the late-lamented railway line between Sleaford and Bourne. As well as engaging and informative text, the book has […]
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.