The story of Fleetwood from past to present. Re-opens on Good Friday, 14 April 2017.
Fleetwood museum sits on the edge of the River Wyre which flows into Morecambe Bay, the Irish Sea and beyond. Fleetwood’s trawler fleet fished the Arctic seas from Newfoundland to Russia. Discover the harsh life of a fisherman and the conditions they endured. See how cockles and mussels, shrimps and salmon were harvested from the treacherous waters of Morecambe bay. The high tech gallery allows a 21st century exploration of the fishing history of the area. Their family friendly summer activities provide hours of fun for kids of any age. Wind down in the galley with a refreshing cup of tea and locally baked pastry.
- Concessionary Admission Charges
- Family Fun
- Groups accepted
- Guide Dogs Welcome
- Marketed towards children
- Marketed towards families
- Marketed towards senior citizens
- Seasonal Opening Only
- In town/city centre
- Café/Restaurant On Site
Parking & Transport
- Car Parking
- Coaches Welcome
Map & Directions
M55 (J3). Take A585 to Fleetwood, follow brown signs to museum. Museum opposite ferry berth. Free on street parking available outside museum
Public Transport Directions
Nearset railway station is Poulton-le-Fylde then bus No. 80/82 or Blackpool North then tram to Fleetwood. Knott End - Fleetwood Ferry boat
|Open (14 Apr 2017 - 31 Dec 2017)|
|Tuesday - Saturday||10:30||- 15:30|
* Also open special Sundays such Fleetwood Tram Sunday, Folk Festival Sunday and Heritage Sunday, 10:30am-3:30pm.