Fleetwood Museum

Fleetwood Museum
Queens Terrace
Fleetwood
Lancashire
FY7 6BT
England

Website

www.lancashire.gov.uk/museums

www.twitter.com/LMuseums

E-mail

fleetwoodmuseum@lancashire.gov.uk

Telephone

01253 876621

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Fleetwood Museum
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The museum explores the story of Fleetwood, the Victorian idealism of Fleetwood’s founder Sir Peter Hesketh Fleetwood and the architect Decimus Burton, who designed the new Victorian town.
Discover Fleetwood’s heyday as a Victorian seaside resort, cargo trade, ferry services, lifeboats, about the docks and industrious fishing industry – both inshore and deep sea, trawlers at war, the chemical giant ICI and so much more.
Enjoy a coffee or browse in our shop which has a variety of gifts for sale.

Venue Type:

Museum

Opening hours

April to November
Tuesday to Saturday 11am - 4pm
Bank Holiday weekends during season.

Admission charges

Adults: £3.00
Concessions: £2.00
Children FREE

Lancashire Museums Xplorer Tickets
Adult Season Ticket(1 venue, 1 Adult): £8.00
Adult Multi-Pass (13 venues, 1 Adult): £12.00
Family & Friends Multi-Pass (13 venues, 2 Adults, 2 Concessions): £20.00
Prices correct April 2015 but may be subject to change. Please see our website for latest details.

Discounts

  • National Art Pass
  • Museums Association
  • British Association of Friends of Museums

Collection details

Social History, Science and Technology, Maritime, Land Transport, Industry, Fine Art, Archives

Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.
Postcard showing Trench Digging

Somewhere in France

  • 24 March — 13 June 2015 *on now

This exhibition takes a look at postcards and letters sent from soldiers to their families during WW1. Focusing on the role of the postcard in the soldiers’ lives, it explores the difficulties of communication, including censorship, and more. The display consists of letters and postcards from Lancashire County Council's own museum and archive collections. The exhibition invites visitors to share a little part of the lives of the soldiers through their own words.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Admission

Please see www.lancashire.gov.uk/museums

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