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Experience the height of the fishing industry of Great Grimsby! A job often described as the 'most dangerous peacetime occupation in the UK', these men literally risked their lives in order to bring home fish to a port described as 'the world's...more
All reviews ross tiger guided tour well worth a visit all ages sounds and smells family ticket great place to visit couple of hours great museum engine room guide john great insight main building for sale interactive activities excellent tour school trip
We had a fantastic time here,loads of things to see and do for all ages. Brilliant café with a good selection of food and drinks. The guided tour of the fishing boat 'Ross Tiger' was fascinating, given by the boats former skipper. Well worth a...More
This is s really worthwhile visit. It opens your eyes to the history and decline of our fishing industry. It highlights the dangers faced when fishing in deep water. This centre is a testament to the brave men and boys who sacrificed their lives to...More
Hi there " just visited the Grimsby heritage centre " wow " what a fantastic place to visit " sight and sounds and smells " from life on board a fishing trawler " . Just a brilliant day there ' if you are going Grimsby....More
The Fishing Heritage Centre is an excellent place to take youngsters to see what working in the fishing industry was like. Starting at the top of the ship and working down through the various levels and then out into the environments that the men lived...More
Built over 20 years ago with European funding The Fishing Heritage museum started out as a National museum You are transported through the streets of old Grimsby docks area All portrayed with life-like figures Sit in the old pub recreated and talk to the fisherman...More
I Weber to the heritage centre on business but this was followed by a public trip around the centre. What a surprise. Some really good exhibits of what life was like at sea. The bunks, the ice room, engine room and the whole experience was...More
The current exhibition at the Fishing Heritage Centre is wonderful. It shows how multiple cultures from all round the world make up the N E Lincs area. Well worth a visit. There are many beautiful objects to see and heartwarming stories to read. You'll not...More
We have a large pay and display carpark on the approch to the attraction. There is also a full sized coach bay just outside of our main entrance. This may be booked and used with us at no charge if you are coming on an... More
We have a large pay and display carpark on the approch to the attraction. There is also a full sized coach bay just outside of our main entrance. This may be booked and used with us at no charge if you are coming on an organised coach visit or school visit. Our thanks for your question!