Baysgarth House Museum is a local museum located in Baysgarth House, situated in Baysgarth Park, in the market town of Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire, England.
The museum is mainly staffed by volunteers who are responsible for opening the museum to the public, running exhibitions and assisting in collections care.
|Saturday||12:00 – 4:00 PM|
|Sunday||12:00 – 4:00 PM|
Jon Kenny | May 16, 2017
Excellent small local museum, put on a really interesting archaeology exhibition.
Tiff Fitzgerald | Apr 10, 2018
Good for a walk out with the kids. It's free has colouring and dress up for the kids
Carol Thornton | Jan 4, 2018
Some interesting local history, but there are displays upstairs, with no lift. Open at weekends, so useful educational entertainment for the family.
Jim999 Jim999 | Nov 3, 2017
Nice place. No litter or graphity. Very green beautiful place. One disappointment was a stray condom on the path near the museum !
Robert Gausden | Jun 29, 2017
Really enjoyed the visit plenty to see & read Rural crafts tho upstairs not open as the ceiling has collapsed so closed to public. Will open up when repairs completed
Steve Haith | May 16, 2018
Not a bad little museum, with frequently changing exhibits with a local angle.
Ady Oliver | Jun 23, 2018
Lovely place. Greeter made us feel very welcome. Pity the upstairs ceiling was damaged etc so we couldn't go upstairs. But was still very enjoyable. Play area and loads of grass for those who have kids to play on outside too. Will definately be coming back.
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