For one weekend only Guy Martin's WWI tank replica will be exhibited at the Museum. The tank was built with the expertise of the Norfolk Tank Museum, to commemorate the centenary of the Battle of Cambrai and also reflects Lincoln’s history of the birthplace of the tank from WW1, and where so many of those tanks were built. Public engagement manager Jon Hogan says: “As the birthplace of the tank and the city where so many WWI tanks were built, Lincoln is the ideal place to showcase this fantastic piece of engineering. “The tank will be on display for visitors to admire and photograph and there will also be a chance to talk to some of the volunteers who helped build it. In addition, visitors can see an original WWI tank in the Museum's collection.' The tank display is courtesy of Norfolk Tank Museum and NorthOne TV.
Admission charges do apply: Adult: £2.50 Concession: £1.00 Child £1.00 Family Ticket £5.00 (two adults and up to three children).
Museum of Lincolnshire Life, Burton Road, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN1 3LY