Heritage Open Days Heritage Open Days 2018
8 / 9 September



We will be taking part - along with many other attractions in Lincolnshire - in the Heritage Open Days Event, on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 September 2018.

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Admission to the Museum will be FREE all weekend!

Saturday 8 September

The Museum will be open from 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.

Light refreshments will be on sale.

FW5698 We will also be in Market Rasen on Saturday 8 September -

our 1935 Leyland Tiger will be out and about, and offering local rides from the Market Place from 10.30 am onward.

Sunday 9 September

The Museum will be open from 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.

Light refreshments will be on sale.

We will be operating a free bus service (Sunday Only) with buses from our collection, connecting the Museum with Lincoln City Centre and the following attractions / points -

A timetable for the bus service is here (opens as PDF file - requires 'Acrobat Reader' or similar.)

More information about the Heritage Open Days - including a full programme of events and attractions in Lincolnshire.

This gives a 'taster' for our Open Day Events (the next is on Sunday, 4 November) - when many more of our vehicles - cars as well as buses - will be on the road, along with a display of visiting vehicles, sales stands, and a number of 'guest' buses and coaches also in service.

Heritage Open Days are supported by: Heritage Lincolnshire and English Heritage

BUS SERVICE - NOTES

Please be aware that our historic vehicles were not designed with modern standards of access in mind, and do not have space for unfolded wheelchairs (or baby buggies / push-chairs), but our conductors will offer what help they can.

We will make every effort to maintain the published timetable, but reserve the right to alter or curtail the service, which depends on the availability of volunteer bus crews and historic vehicles.

The seating capacity on each bus is fixed - we will do everything possible to run a duplicate bus in the event of a full load, but passengers may have to wait for a later bus if no seats are available.

We regret that dogs (other than registered assistance dogs) are no longer allowed on the Society's buses or on Museum premises.

page updated 6.9.18