Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre

Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre
Alexandra Dock
Grimsby
Lincolnshire
DN31 1UZ
England

Website

www.thefishingheritagecentre.com

E-mail

fhc@nelincs.gov.uk

Telephone

01472 323345

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Ross Tiger
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Discover the sites and sounds of the 1950's fishing heritage. Enjoy a guided tour of the Ross Tiger.

Opened in 1991, managed by North East Lincolnshire Council. Wheelchair on site for public use.

The cafe serves fair trade coffee and uses locally sourced produce. All meals are made to order.

Venue Type:

Museum, Ship or maritime heritage site, Gallery

Opening hours

1st April - 31st October
Tuesday to Friday 10.00-17.00
Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holidays 10.00-17.00

1st November to 31st March
Tuesday to Friday 10.00-16.00
Saturday and Sunday 10.00-16.00

Last admission into the museumis one hour prior to closing times.

The Ross Tiger Trawler is open all year round and is subject to availibility. No under 5's are permitted aboard the trawler and person's with mobility problems may not be able to access the tralwer. Pleaser contact the museum for further details. 01472 323345 or email us fhc@nelincs.gov.uk.

Admission charges

Adult £6
Child £2
Concession (student, over 60's and person's with mobility) £4
Family Ticket (2 adults and up to 5 children 5yrs - under 16yrs) £12

Groups rates of 15 or more
Adults £4
Concessions £3
Children £2

School rate
Children £3 each
Teacher and Supporting Adults FOC

Annual Pass (pay once and visit as many times as you choose within a year of purchase)
Adult £12
Concessions £8
Family £24

Collection details

Archaeology, Archives, Coins and Medals, Costume and Textiles, Decorative and Applied Art, Fine Art, Land Transport, Maritime, Personalities, Science and Technology, Social History

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