Grimsby Town Hall will open its doors to visitors this Friday and Saturday between 10am and 4pm as part of the Lincolnshire Heritage Open Days
Heritage Open Days celebrate England’s fantastic architecture and culture by offering free access to places that are usually closed to the public or normally charge for admission. This year’s theme is ‘Tudor Lincolnshire’.
There will be various activities all over Grimsby Town Hall:
- Crosland Suite – heritage films will be shown during both days
- Bremerhaven Room – tea/coffee and biscuits will be available throughout the day
- Mayor’s Parlour – view Civic Regalia and Historic Visitor Books and meet the Mayor and Deputy Mayor on Saturday
- Council Chamber – display of documents from the Council’s archives and library services
- Assembly Room – display by the Great Grimsby Family History Group including help in researching family history records.
Entry is also free both days for the Time Trap Museum.
For more details visit www.heritageopendays.org.uk, other local buildings open are:
- Cleethorpes Town Hall, Saturday 12 September, 10am-4pm
- Mary on the Sea Catholic Church, Heneage Road, Grimsby, Friday 11 September, 1-4pm and Saturday 12 September, 11am-4pm
- St Nicolas’ Church, Great Coates Road, Grimsby, Saturday 12 September, 10am-4pm