The Flintham Museum looks at rural life through the eyes of a twentieth-century village shopkeeper
Bank Holiday Mondays, Easter to August 2.00-4.30pm
Sundays after Easter to end of October 2.00-4.30pm
Other times by appointment
Free admission, although donations are always welcome
Groups are welcome by appointment. Group visits usually include a visit to the parish church, a guided walk in the village conservation area including a rare mud dovecote, tea and biscuits, as well as the visit to the museum. There is a small charge which includes donations to the museum and church, the guided walk and refreshments.
The museum is accessible from the pavement along a permanent ramp. There is flat access into and throughout the building, and there is an adapted toilet.
The Flintham Museum, Inholms Road, Flintham, Nottinghamshire NG23 5LF
Flintham is off the A46, midway between Newark and Bingham, approximately 20 miles from Nottingham, Lincoln and Grantham. directions and map