The Museum

Hornsea Museum was originally a farm owned by the Burn family as early as 1672. Currently, it occupies 3 buildings on Newbegin, housing an enormous range of local items and memorabilia.

On your visit you will see a Victorian bedroom, a dairy, washhouse, workshops, barn, cart bays full of tools and implements from local industry, railway memorabilia, and of course an almost full range of Hornsea Pottery dating from 1949 to the factory’s closure in 2000.

All this, plus 3 exhibition rooms too. It may look small from the outside, but do not underestimate the time you will need to get round. 

Latest News

New building planned to house scale model of Hornsea Railway Station and coastal memorabilia. Project due for completion by end of 2015. Funded by FLAG and HLF 

WW1 exhibition now open to general acclaim. Featuring many exhibits on loan from the people of Hornsea. Well worth a visit.

Tourist Information Centre

Now based at the Museum.

Fully trained staff offer expert knowledge, accommodation booking, holiday information, what's on guides, ticket sales and much more. 

Open Easter to end of September. 
Staffed weekends, bank holidays and school holidays. 

For more information telephone:

0844 811 2070