D.H. Lawrence Heritage Centre and Birthplace Museum

D.H. Lawrence Heritage Centre and Birthplace Museum
Mansfield Road
Eastwood
Nottinghamshire
NG16 3DZ
England

Website

www.dhlawrenceheritage.org

E-mail

culture@broxtowe.gov.uk

Telephone

01773 717353

0115 9173823

Fax

01773 713509

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D.H. Lawrence Heritage 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

Summer (April - Sept) 10.00 - 17.00, Heritage Centre. Museum open from 11.00
Winter (Oct - March) 11.00 - 16.00, Heritage Centre. Museum open from 11.00

Admission charges

£5.00 Adults, £3.50 Under 16's, under 5's free

Additional info

Heritage exhibition on D.H. Lawrence's early life in the town of Eastwood.
Birthplace Museum - Tour of Lawrence's Birthplace set out with Victorian room settings.
Blue Line Trail - disocver the town of Eastwood and its many Lawrence connections.
Rainbow Gallery - a range of exhibitions throughout the year.
The Colliery Bistro - serving light lunches, daily hot meals, sunday lunches, cakes and refreshments.

Collection details

Literature, Personalities, Social History

Events details are listed below. You may need to scroll down or click on headers to see them all. For events that don't have a specific date see the 'Resources' tab above.
Trent to Trenches

Trent to Trenches: Lawrence's War - D.H. Lawrence Festival Exhibition

  • 5 September — 2 November 2014

Declared unfit for active service, one of his novels banned, expelled from Cornwall by order of the military authorities and living with Frieda in relative poverty; the war years were a time of great turmoil for Lawrence.

This year’s festival exhibition marks the centenary of the outbreak of World War One by exploring how the war affected Lawrence, his work and the lives of those at home in Eastwood

Suitable for

  • Family friendly

Admission

Normal admission fees apply. See website for details

Website

http://www.experiencenottinghamshire.com/trent-to-trenches

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Trent to Trenches: Reading group: ‘England, My England’

  • 9 September 2014 7-8pm

Join Dr Andrew Harrison, Director of the D.H. Lawrence Research Centre at the University of Nottingham, to discuss the 1915 version of D.H. Lawrence’s ‘England, My England’, the first major short story he wrote about the Great War. Followed by question and answer session.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

£3.00 (D.H. Lawrence Heritage Annual Members FREE) – includes complimentary drink.

Website

http://www.dhlawrenceheritage.org

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Trent to Trenches: Reading group: ‘Lawrence and Poetry’

  • 10 September 2014 7-8pm

Join Malcolm Gray and David Brock from the D.H. Lawrence Society as they look at how D.H. Lawrence used poetry to express his opinions on the Great War.

Followed by question and answer session. Please contact venue for confirmation of start and finish times.

Suitable for

  • 18+
  • 16-17

Admission

£3.00 (D.H. Lawrence Heritage Annual Members FREE) – includes complimentary drink

Website

http://www.dhlawrenceheritage.org

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Trent to Trenches: ‘Lawrence and the War Years’

  • 11 September 2014 7-8pm

Come along for The D.H. Lawrence Society’s Birthday Lecture: ‘Lawrence and the War Years’. Followed by a question and answer session.

Suitable for

  • 18+
  • 16-17

Admission

Standard £4.50, Concession £3.00 – includes complimentary drink.

Website

http://www.dhlawrenceheritage.org

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