February 2, 2018 3.21 pm This story is over 69 months old

New exhibition highlights Lincoln’s engineering history

Bringing Lincolnshire’s engineering history to life

Visitors to the Museum of Lincolnshire Life will have a chance to explore Lincoln’s engineering history like never before thanks to a new exhibit.

The museum on Burton Road will host its ‘miniature models’ exhibition from February 10 – 11 and will display a series of industrial and agricultural models that reflect the ingenuity and development of farming and industry in Lincolnshire.

The exhibition includes a range of items from the museum’s stores and will also feature a piece from Lincoln-born engineer and steam engine developer, Nathaniel Clayton.

Nathaniel Clayton’s apprentice piece is an important part of Lincoln’s history. Photo: Museum of Lincolnshire Life

Steve Dunk, site manager at Museum of Lincolnshire Life, said: “This exciting exhibition will feature important parts of Lincoln’s history as well as never before seen items.

“The exhibition will have something for everyone to enjoy and visitors can also enjoy the rest of what the museum has to offer too.”

Tickets will cost £2.50 for adults, £1 for children and concessions and £5 for a family ticket (two adults and up to three children).