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Visit to Brigg - to market etc. Found the Heritage Centre by accident and found it to be a very interesting place. Very helpful staff - pointing out things of interest & in particular the Medieval Raft that was in pride of place
Fantastic local facility that is still a hidden secret, just enjoyed the short term exhibition on Pingley POW camp, amazing amount of information that must have taken the volunteers a huge amount of time to compile.
It is surprising how many of us locals have...More
Could it be the boat that help Tutankhamun's sister Scotter escape Egypt's priests which did not follow the worship of that of Pharo Amenhotep IV (Akenhaten). The Priest as we now know did take power. One God was not enough in those days and the...More
Called on a Tuesday afternoon. Unfortunately the museum closed at 2pm so we had some late lunch in the courtyard tea room.
Lovely atmosphere under the large conservatory type roof giving it a bright almost Mediterranean feel.
Lovely light meal menu and very tasty and...More
Lovely friendly and helpful staff (volunteers I believe) who made us feel very welcome. I visited with my two children aged 8 and 2. The centre is quite small but holds lots of interesting artefacts found around the local area. I understand that they also...More
Planned a visit as camping nearby, very informative curator who took time to explain some of the exhibits and the temporary exhibition - which was really interesting (excerpts from registers about causes of death many years ago) the Brigg raft is spectacular.
Yesterday we visited the Brigg Heritage Centre. We parked at the Angel car park a minute away, where free parking exists for blue badge holders. Situated in the Angel building, access is gained through an automatic door at the back of Brigg library. Immediately through...More