Located in the charming and historic market town of Barton upon Humber, the facilities at Baysgarth House Museum are perfect for meetings, conferences, one off events and educational visits.
Our main hall can host 48 people in theatre style or up to 22 people around a meeting table.There is ample parking onsite.
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Due to the fact Baysgarth House is volunteer-run, we are not able to provide a permanent café.
During summer, a range of ice creams, drinks and light refreshments are available most weekends. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter to find out more!
Baysgarth House Museum sells children’s toys, local history books and Barton-upon-Humber souvenirs during opening hours.
Book titles on sale include:
|A Lincolnshire Shipyard: Burton upon Stather||Clapson, R.||£7.50|
|A Lincolnshire Shipyard: New Holland||Clapson, R.||£7.50|
|A Lincolnshire Shipyard: Barton upon Humber||Clapson, R.||£9.00|
|Humber Sail and History||Horan, C.||£13.00|
|Barton and the River Humber, 1086 -1900||Clapson, R.||£7.00|
|The Construction Of The Humber Bridge||Lee, D.||£4.95|
|Grammar School Boy||Hill, R.J.||£9.95|
|A County Grammar School Remembered||Brice, E.||£9.00|
|My Childhood Playground||Newton, R.||£8.95|
|Barton Remembered 1939-1945||Bryant, G.||£4.00|
|Church and People in a Victorian Country Town||Tyszka, D.M.||£5.00|
|‘How Thow Schalt Thy Paresche Preche’ Part 1||Bryant, G.F. & Hunter, V.M.||£6.00|
|‘How Thow Shalt Thy Paresche Preche’ Part 2||Bryant, G.F. & Plumb, G.A.|
|The Goodhands Of Barton||Goodhand, E & G||£10.00|
|Elswick-Hopper Of Barton – Upon -Humber||Land, N.||18.00|