Fleetwood Museum is a local history and maritime museum in Fleetwood. The museum was originally the town’s Custom House and, completed in 1836, was one of the first buildings constructed in Fleetwood. Like much of the town it was designed by architect Decimus Burton. The building became the local town hall and is now a maritime museum. It has been designated a Grade II Listed Building by Historic England.
Fleetwood Museum is a fascinating, family-friendly journey through time. Explore the town’s heritage from its Victorian origins, world renowned fishing industry and home of the famous Fisherman’s Friend lozenges, to the present day.
Discover some of Fleetwood’s heroes, like Sir Peter Hesketh Fleetwood, who founded the new town of Fleetwood in the 1830s, and Jane Couch, a pioneer of women’s boxing.
Awesome objects, including Harriet, an historic fishing vessel, and beautiful artworks of the area will surprise and inspire you.
Enjoy films, interactives and children’s trails or recharge your batteries in the charming café.
With Fleetwood Market just around the corner, free street parking, and stunning coastal views, make a day of it in Fleetwood.
Visit the Fleetwood Museum website to find out more.