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At the Museum of Technology, The History of Gadgets and Gizmos our eclectic collection has something for everyone to enjoy, both young and old and everyone in between. You will be amazed at the vast array of different technologies which have evolved over the last 150 years. We hope the museum will prove to be a popular attraction in the South Holland area.
Museum of Technology
We are situated on the B1166 between Gedney Hill and Parson Drove. 25 minutes drive south of Spalding
The Museum is now open Thursday Friday & Saturdays until September the 8th, 10am till 4pm.We are 25 minutes drive south of Spalding.
We rely on volunteers for help, so opening days do vary, please feel free to phone us to ensure we are open if you wish to visit 01945 700772.
Children under 18 and vulnerable adults must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Visits by groups of children must be arranged in advance. See our education page.
Admission is £5 for adults, children £2.50, under 5's are free. Sorry we do not have card facilities.
The museum is an Independent, Registered Charity No. 1140352, entirely managed by volunteers and runs on a shoe string. Funds are needed to keep the museum warm and lit, to produce marketing materials, to care for and display the collections, and to maintain the building.
The Museum of Technology
Old South Eau Bank
Tel: 01945 700772
or Contact us via the Internet.
We have a small car park next to the museum. There are loos and a small cafe which serves teas, coffees and soft drinks.
Disabled parking is available next to the entrance to the museum. The exhibitions and community room are step free and all on one level making it wheelchair friendly including the loo.
If you have any access queries please ring us on 01945 700772 or Contact us via the Internet.