D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum

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The D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum is a multi-award winning visitor attraction celebrating one of the greatest writers of the 20th Century.

Venue Type:

Museum, Historic house or home

Opening hours

10.00am - 16.00pm (admission by timed tour only, please contact to book)
Tuesday - Saturday

Admission charges

Standard: £6.90
Concession: £5.10
Junior: £3.30
Family: £16.80 (2 adults and up to 3 children)

Discounts available:
Please view www.lleisure.co.uk/dhlawrence for up-to-date opening times and admission prices and offers.

Anyone that is a resident of the Broxtowe Borough, can receive free entry to the Museum every Wednesday.

If you are a member of the Historic Houses Association you get free entry on any day.

Getting there

Driving:
From M1 Junction 26, take the A610 towards Eastwood. From M1 Junction 27, take the A608, through Brinsley, towards Eastwood. From M1 Junction 27, take the A608, through Brinsley, towards Eastwood.

Parking:
Just around the corner from the museum on Scargill Walk is a short stay car-park, £1 for 2 hours (maximum stay is 3 hours). Long-stay car parking is available at the Sun Inn Car Park on Kelham Way (£1 all day) and there is also a long stay car park on Victoria Street.

Public Transport:
You don’t need a car to come to us. For bus journeys to Eastwood high street jump on the Rainbow One from Nottingham or the Black Cat from Derby. Langley Mill train station is only 1.5 miles away.

Additional info

Birthplace Museum - Tour of Lawrence's Birthplace set out with Victorian room settings. Gift shop, refreshments, garden with picnic area.

Blue Line Trail - discover the town of Eastwood and its many Lawrence connections.
Maps available for local walks in 'Lawrence country'

Facebook: /dhlawrencemuseum
Twitter: @DHLMuseum

Collection details

Literature, Personalities, Social History

Resources listed here may include websites, bookable tours and workshops, books, loan boxes and more. You may need to scroll down or click on headers to see them all.
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Educational Tour: The Victorian Mining Home

https://www.lleisure.co.uk/d-h-lawrence-birthplace-museum/visit-us/groups-and-schools/

Step back in time and discover what life was like growing up in a typical Victorian mining home. This authentically restored, quaint miners cottage was the birthplace of famous writer D.H. Lawrence.

How to obtain

Contact us on 0115 9173824 or dhlawrence@liberty-leisure.org.uk for more information.

Getting there

Driving:
From M1 Junction 26, take the A610 towards Eastwood. From M1 Junction 27, take the A608, through Brinsley, towards Eastwood. From M1 Junction 27, take the A608, through Brinsley, towards Eastwood.

Parking:
Just around the corner from the museum on Scargill Walk is a short stay car-park, £1 for 2 hours (maximum stay is 3 hours). Long-stay car parking is available at the Sun Inn Car Park on Kelham Way (£1 all day) and there is also a long stay car park on Victoria Street.

Public Transport:
You don’t need a car to come to us. For bus journeys to Eastwood high street jump on the Rainbow One from Nottingham or the Black Cat from Derby. Langley Mill train station is only 1.5 miles away.

D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum
8a Victoria Street
Eastwood
Nottinghamshire
NG16 3AW
England

Website

www.lleisure.co.uk/dhlawrence

E-mail

dhlawrence@liberty-leisure.org.uk

Telephone

01159 173824

0115 9173824

All information is drawn from or provided by the venues themselves and every effort is made to ensure it is correct. Please remember to double check opening hours with the venue concerned before making a special visit.
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