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Collection Summary

Collection Title
Biology Collection
Unique Identifier
4108
Description
A small collection of biological objects.
Format
  • 21 objects
Strength(s)
Local significance
Date range of collection
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Accumulation Dates
-
Suggested Audience
Not Specific
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This collection is about

Location Details

Boston Guildhall Museum
South Street Boston PE21 6HT United Kingdom
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EM000085 
Website
Email
enquiries@thehavengallery.org
Telephone
01205 365 954
Building Information
The building in which this museum is housed is a 15th century guildhall, this is the site where the Pilgrim Fathers were imprisoned in 1607. Downstairs is the original 16th Century kitchen.
Collections Overview
Archaeology , Weapons and War , Decorative and Applied Art , Fine Art , Coins and Medals , Archives , Social History , Maritime collected from the Borough of Boston area.
Display Overview
The museum reopened April 2008 after extensive restoration work of the building. The Guildhall now encourages visitors to discover the secrets of this amazing building for themselves through interactive, audio and virtual reality exhibitions complimented with displayed examples of our Archaeological, Social History, Fine Art, Numismatic and Decorative & Applied Art collections.
Star Objects
Guildhall itself. Original paintwork across beam in Court Room. Roman Glass vessel. Cupid and Psyche Painting. Joseph Banks Portrait.
For details of other collections held at the same location: See the location record

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Management Information (Type)
  • Museum.
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