Discover this is multi-award winning attraction which will transport you back in time to the 1950’s heyday of this famous port. Carefully crafted sets and original preserved trawler interiors capture the atmosphere and essence of a remarkable way of life in one of the most dangerous occupations in living memory.
Uncover the history of the World’s Premier Fishing Port
At Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre you will experience the twentieth century saga by signing on as a crew member and travelling in their footsteps – leaving your 1950’s Grimsby home for a trip to the perilous Arctic fishing grounds and returning home to the comfort of the Freeman’s Arms public house. The sights, sounds, smells and drama will leave you with a whole new respect for the men who, for centuries, have pitted their strength against the elements to bring home their catch.
Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre Experiences
Ross Tiger (Trawler Ship) Tour
Duration 45 minutes - 1 hour
Price: £8.50 admission + £3 for Ross Tiger tour
Ross Tiger was restored as a tribute to the trawlermen of the town by Great Grimsby Borough Council, opening to the public in 1992.
Now berthed alongside the Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre in Alexandra Dock, you will learn the ropes from the passionate trawler guides, most of whom are ex-trawlermen. They will entertain you with a tale or two of sea life and also take you on a journey of discovery where you will find out what life was like aboard. This is an experience not to be missed, aboard a very special survivor of the maritime past of Great Grimsby.
Last admission to the museum is one hour prior to closing times. Café closes one hour prior to closing times. Gift shop closes half an hour prior to closing times.
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