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All reviews well worth a visit enthusiastic volunteers two floors last century model boats information boards answer any questions saving lives interesting place to visit local history interesting exhibits local area on display little gem upstairs oldest donation
Such an unexpected good time in this fantastic little museum. We are both in our mid 20s and just popped in just to have a look as we walked by and received a warm welcome from the staff. Was asked if we wanted a quick...More
Cannot recommend this place enough. We came here to look for my ancestors that sailed the Zetland and it was amazing to see their photos in the walls and to hear the Picknetts are still working today. The volunteers are all amazing and so knowledgable...More
Don’t miss popping into the museum if you are in Redcar as it is a very good museum with lots of interesting items to have a look at and information boards, photographs and videos about old Redcar. You can see and learn about the Zetland...More
Very interesting local history of the first life boat which is housed in a purpose built museum. Thanks to Peter one of the enthusiastic volunteers who happily shared the history of the Zetland and her many adventures which brought the history to life. Lots of...More
A small museum packed with interest. To think the lifeboat inside was built in 1802 and it is both intact and in front of you is amazing! Helpful and informative staff and interesting displays, some have audio, enhance the experience. Live radar screen on first...More
Take my little charges here quite frequently. It's free and fascinating. We (I am a Redcar lass) have the oldest lifeboat in the world and its great to find out its history. The volunteers are very knowledgeable and very helpful. The children can try on...More