Visiting the museum and Usher Gallery is free and there is no need to pre-book.
The museum is a safe and welcoming space and we look forward to welcoming you soon.
When visiting us, please help us to keep you and other visitors safe by:
- Using the hand sanitiser station at the entrance
- Using hand sanitiser both before and after using any of the activities
- Using a stylus (available at our reception desk) when using the computer based activities or Lindsey the Robot
- Paying by card where possible
- Scanning the NHS Test and Trace App
- Washing your hands regularly
We will continue to implement enhanced cleaning measures across both our sites.
Please do not visit if you display any COVID symptoms such as persistent cough, a high temperature; or loss/change to the sense of taste or smell, even if these symptoms are mild.
We are asking our visitors to respect these measures to protect others and staff and to ensure enjoyment for everyone.
If you have pre-booked a ticket for the Wildlife Photography of the Year exhibition and unable to attend, please let us know as we will happy re-schedule the date or refund the ticket.
Staff members will be on hand to answer any queries you have on the day of your visit.
In the meantime, don't forget to sign up to our newsletter or follow our social media platforms to keep up to date on all of our announcements.
The Collection Museum Team
Monday 10am – 4pm
Tuesday and Wednesday Closed
Thursday - Sunday 10am – 4pm
Monday - Thursday Closed
Friday - Sunday 10am - 4pm
How to find usGet directions…
When coming into Lincoln, follow directions for the Cultural Quarter. The nearest car parks to the museum are on Danes Terrace, Flaxengate and Broadgate.
For more information on car parks in Lincoln please visit https://www.lincoln.gov.uk/visitor-and-leisure/parking/
For details on the 'Walk and Ride' bus service please visit:
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