Mansfield Museum

Leeming Street, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, NG18 1NG
Leeming Street Mansfield England NG18 1NG GB

Learn interesting facts about the social and industrial history of Mansfield through fascinating artefacts and old photographs. You will also see a significant collection of 18th-century porcelain and many impressive watercolours created by the local artist, Albert Sorby Buxton.

This small museum packed with information also has a great interactive game called ‘How green are you?’ Children will love playing this activity while learning how eco-friendly they are!

The whole family are guaranteed to enjoy a few hours here and afterwards children can visit the small gift shop on site and buy a pocket-money gift as a souvenir.

Did you know? This child friendly museum was originally called the ‘Tin Tabernacle’ and the collections were donated to the museum by a wealthy natural historian William Bailey in 1903, but the museum was moved to the present building in 1938.

Opening Times:
Monday to Saturday, 10am-5pm (except Bank Holidays).

Costs: Free Admission