19th August 2018
Our ‘Steampunkalia – a Splendid Steampunk Christmas’ event on Saturday 8 December 2018 is proving to be very popular, and as such, we have extended it to the whole weekend, with engines running on both days (Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 December 2018).
11th August 2018
We are very sorry to announce the death of Richard F Potter on Tuesday 31 July 2018, aged 87. Until May 2018 and his reluctant retirement due to ill health, Richard dedicated over 50 years’ service to the Society and the Museum.
16th June 2018
Nottingham Industrial Museum's ‘Experience Victorian Domestic Life with Mrs Bird’ visitor attraction shortlisted at 2018 Nottinghamshire Heritage Forum Awards
2nd November 2017
Our 'Winter Refresh' is an exciting opportunity to rewrite our business strategy - to help us at this important time we are looking to expand our Board of Directors.
1st October 2017
To celebrate Nottinghamshire Sporting Heritage Day we held #RaleighRally, a fantastic gathering of vintage and veteran bikes in our Courtyard, focusing on local cycling heroes such as Reg Harris, Lloyd Binch and Raleigh UK. We were so pleased that so many enthusiasts turned out in force with such a huge variety of very special bikes.
20th August 2017
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7th August 2017
The Lord Mayor of Nottingham gave a lovely opening speech full of anecdotes and memories before handing over to Richard Upton, who gave our guests a really informative 30-minute talk on the Black Boy Hotel exhibition and his research.
28th July 2017
Visitors enjoyed an evening talk on the History of the East Midlands Knitting Industry at Nottingham Industrial Museum as part of the 2017 Festival of Archaeology
27th July 2017
Nottingham Industrial Museum welcomed the Walker family from Australia and NZ to learn more about coal mining in the East Midlands