The three-gallery 'History Tardis' features a reproduction of Brown's 1847 panorama of the town, the story of the 1536 Lincolnshire Rising and the legend of the Green Lady ghost of Thorpe Hall.

Further things to see include archaeological, geological and natural history collections, a display on brick-making, T W Wallis's incredibly detailed wood-carvings, Louth flat-weave carpets, the Flood Walk with a floor map depicting the disastrous 1920 inundation, costume, a print-shop, and bygones from commercial and domestic life.

Louth Museum

4 Broadbank, Louth, Lincolnshire, LN11 0EQ

01507 601211


Opening times

Apr – Oct
Wed – Sat, 10am – 4pm

With a National Art Pass you get

Free entry
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