National Civil War Centre Re-opens!

Wednesday, 15th July 2020 : 10am to 3pm

MORE than 100 days after closing its doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic, National Civil War Centre - Newark Museum is getting ready to open them again! From Wednesday 15 July, this national attraction will once again be offering a fascinating insight into this significant time in British history, as well as Newark’s past. The Centre will re-open from Wednesdays to Saturdays, 10am to 3pm. Until 31 August 2020, entry to the National Civil War Centre will be free to Newark and Sherwood District Council residents and half price for all other visitors. Car parking, in District Council owned car parks, continues to be free for up to two hours until the end of August 2020. Changes have been made to create a one-way route through the museum. To allow for this, two galleries on the top floor have been temporarily closed and some interactive exhibits removed. However, additional exhibits and information have been added alongside a brand new trail that highlights some of the museum’s most fascinating objects as it guides visitors around the museum. Entry will be by timed slots and visitors are being encouraged to book these in advance online at Hand sanitiser stations, alongside themed Civil War trivia, are spaced throughout the building. The museum will undergo a daily deep clean as well as hourly cleans throughout the day.

Event Location: National Civil War Centre, Newark

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