Did you know that you can find a different hidden treasure at Wollaton Hall and Deer Park?
“In 1964, a group of local engineers and Nottingham City Council set up an industrial heritage collection at Wollaton Hall and Deer Park.”
Opened during the weekends, bank holidays and summer, the Nottingham Industrial Museum has a lot to offer!
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The museum celebrates the industrial history of Nottingham, as you explore the galleries, you’ll discover plenty of interesting things that made Nottingham famous around the world!
Explore some of Nottingham Industrial Museum’s galleries
The gallery displays different types of historical transports that were famous in Nottingham in the past. It includes a Brough Superior car, one of only four saloons made, alongside a Celer, believed to be the only example existing. Also on display are a number of Brough Superior motorbikes and much more!
In this gallery, you will discover the lives of people (adults and children) who worked in the textile/lace factories in the past. This gallery displays some of the earliest and most important lace machinery of the country.
Local Industries Gallery
Do you know how the communications used to be in the past? This galley displays a collection of telephones, printing machines, and even a number of turret clocks!
Last but not least, Nottingham Industrial Museum offers a Live Action Working Day on the last Sunday of every month! Specifically on this day, you’ll be able to see a selection of our working exhibits in action!