Erewash Museum is located in a Georgian family home with Victorian extensions. Each room is home to fascinating and free permanent exhibition galleries that tell the story of Erewash and its people from the Roman period right up to the 21st Century.
Each gallery is themed around a different part of the heritage of Erewash. There's plenty to discover and learn about, from local industry such as coal mining and Stanton Ironworks, to how the Victorians lived, worked and played.
Every room offers great displays of objects and there is plenty for all of the family. Information in various forms is available for visitors who want an in-depth knowledge of the subject area. There are also interactive activities for children to engage with and assist them in learning about the history of the local area.
The contents of the exhibition galleries change regularly so there is always something new to see and learn about. So come and discover your Museum and engage with the heritage of the borough of Erewash.