The Ted Lewis Centre

Barton upon Humber

An exhibition and experience of Barton upon Humber novelist, artist and musician, Ted Lewis, author of Get Carter and manager of The Beatles' Yellow Submarine.

Novelist and Father of English Noir, Ted Lewis, lived in Barton upon Humber and the area provided inspiration for the novel that became Get Carter, starring Michael Caine. Discover his noir and local literature, graphic art and jazz music including influences and short life. See the chair used by Sir Michael Caine on the set of Get Carter, first editions owned by the producer and director of the film, original script, graphics, films and memorabilia. Enjoy a coffee and a browse.

  • Guided ToursGuided Tours
  • WifiWifi
  • ParkingParking
  • AccessibleAccessible
  • Gift ShopGift Shop
  • Groups WelcomeGroups Welcome
  • Meeting FacilitiesMeeting Facilities
  • Cycle Lincolnshire Accredited

opening times

Open Sundays
10:00 - 16:00

entry & prices

Free Entry

Groups and individuals are encouraged to book. Over 16 only.

more information

The Ted Lewis Centre

Ferriby Road

Barton upon Humber

DN18 5LE

take the trail

The Ted Lewis Trail

Find out all about the places Ted frequented in the little town he called home. Visit to find out more about the centre.