Museums and Art Galleries: Suburbs (West Nottingham)
Nottingham Industrial Museum
Wollaton Hall, Wollaton, Nottingham. NG8 2AE • (0115) 915 3936
Nottingham Industrial Museum is located in the 17th century stables block of Wollaton Hall, on the western edge of Nottingham. The museum contains a unique collection of working steam and diesel engines as well as examples of textile and transport technologies and exhibits reflecting local industries.
The museum reflects two approaches to the city’s industrial past. The first is a traditional urban collection of objects donated to and in the care of the city council. This collection is multifaceted, covering many aspects of Nottingham’s Industrial past. The second is a collection of working engines. Over the past 30 years a committed group of volunteers have restored and maintained steam and diesel engines, operating them on popular 'steaming days'. The museum is run entirely by volunteers and is open at weekends and Bank Holidays.
Café Serving Meals, Picnic Area, Public Toilets.
No easily accessible wifi. No smoking.
Open 11am-4pm Saturday, Sunday and most Bank Holidays (please check the website for any late changes).
Advance booking is not required.
Located in the 17th century stable block of Wollaton Hall which is to the west of Nottingham between Derby Road and Wollaton Road.
Bus service 30 operates from outside the Victoria Centre on Milton Street to Wollaton via Wollaton Road. Alight at Rectory Gardens.
Limited onsite parking available - payment required.
Welcome to Nottingham Industrial Museum - PR video by Nottingham Trent University students. This is the promotional tourist video produced by Nottingham Trent University students Group 1, headed up by Eloise.
Nottingham Industrial Museum, Wollaton Hall, Wollaton, Nottingham. NG8 2AE • (0115) 915 3936
Last Updated Tuesday 7 June 2022
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