Bring along the whole family and navigate your way around Grimsby's Fishing Heritage Centre and discover what life was like for trawlermen and their families in the 1950s. Experience the sights, sound and smells of the times that follow visitors through the interactive displays.
Join the fishermen in the Freeman's Arms, come and experience the moving deck, visit the dockside shop and queue up for some fish and chips!
Get your ticket from the signing on desk and climb aboard the Ross Tiger trawler moored adjacent to the museum and listen to some of the tales that our trawler guides will entertain you with from their days at sea. (Some restriction may apply).
The museum is suitable for all ages, we also have an easy access route. Many interactive displays and get dressed up as a fisherman or apprentice boy.
Why not relax and unwind in the cafe which serves a variety of coffees, teas and cold drinks, and has locally produced cakes to jacket potatoes and paninis. You can also view the current exhibition whilst relaxing with your meal.
There are two exhibition rooms at the museum and both are free of charge, both are open during museum opening times.