Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre

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Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre

The Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre is a heritage attraction at Alexandra Dock, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England, opened in 1991.[1] Winning the Blue Peter Children's Museum of the Year award in 1993.[1] It depicts the 1950s heyday of the distant waters fishing fleet. The centre also hosts a programme of temporary exhibitions throughout the year. Tours of the fishing trawler Ross Tiger are available.

Ross Tiger moored in Grimsby's Alexandra Dock by the Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre

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  1. ^ a b Turpin, Adrian (11 December 1993). "The smell of success: Business is booming at the National Fishing Heritage Centre in Grimsby". The Independent. Retrieved 3 April 2014.

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Coordinates: 53°34′09″N 0°05′02″W / 53.5691°N 0.0839°W / 53.5691; -0.0839