Exhibition will capture the flavour of ‘50s Britain at Louth Museum

Visitors to Louth Museum will be able to experience the pageantry and glamour of Queen Elizabeth II’s 1953 coronation and get a taste of life in Britain in the era.

Response to the Museum’s recent appeal for coronation-related items has been excellent and, as a consequence, most of the exhibition will comprise objects kindly loaned by members of the public.

This exhibition will open on Saturday, June 1 when visitors will be able to sample a selection of royalty-themed food and to drink a toast to Her Majesty.

There will be no charge for these refreshments but donations will not be refused. Entry to the exhibition is included in the normal admission charge.

The exhibition will then run throughout the month of June, Wednesday to Saturday, 10am to 4pm.

For more information call 01507 601211.