Other things to do in and around Barton upon Humber
For lots more information about the region including details of places to eat and stay – Brigg Tourist Information Centre. 01652 657053
Wilderspin National School Queen Street. 01652 635172
The school is a family-friendly museum that welcomes visitors of all ages to experience a slice school life in a bygone age.
St Peter’s Church Beck Hill. 01652 632516
St Peter’s is both an architectural and archaeological treasure
Far Ings National Nature Reserve Far Ings Road. 01652 637055
Waters’ Edge Country Park 01652 631500
The Ropewalk, Maltkiln Road 01652 660380
Situated slightly to the east of the Humber Bridge, on the southern bank of the River Humber, Ropewalk Contemporary Art & Craft is a regionally acclaimed centre for the visual arts housed within a Grade II listed former rope factory.
Best views from the South Bank Viewing Area, on Humber Bank off Waterside Road, Barton upon Humber
Baysgarth House Museum, Baysgarth Park Caistor Road Barton upon Humber North Lincolnshire DN18 6AH.Telephone 01652 637568
Baysgarth House is the former home of the Nelthorpe family. It is now a museum set within 30 acres of grounds. Run by CHAMP Trust Ltd the museum reflects the local relevance of the house. With exhibitions held throughout the year, the museum has visual displays as well as Georgian and Victorian period rooms displaying 18th and 19th century pottery and porcelain. Reminisce over bygone years with 2000 historic photographs of the region from the image archive.
Opening times: Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays 12noon – 4pm.Free admission