LOUTH Museum has proudly re-opened its doors for 2012 with an array of new exhibits for people to explore.
This year kicks off with a brand new Victorian Society Saving a Century photo exhibit throughout April before a showcase of renowned wood carver Thomas Wallis’s works are hosted from May.
The museum has secured quite the coup to be able to host the two exhibitions and are keen to encourage more people from across the area to visit.
There’s also new attractions for youngsters, with search trails and outfits to dress up in as well as the new History Tower.
Museum president David Robinson said: “There’s lots of exciting new things for the kids and things that you might not expect to find in the museum.
“We’ve got a wide reputation for the range of things that you can see and do.
“We will also be developing a special arrangement for families later in the year.”
Louth Museum is now open Tuesdays to Saturdays 10am to 4pm (last admission, 3.15pm) until the end of October.
For more information visit the museum’s new website at www.louthmuseum.org.uk or call 01507 601211.
Don’t miss the Leader on Wednesday, April 18, for the second part of our look at Louth Museum’s plans for 2012.