Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre
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The Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre is a heritage attraction at Alexandra Dock, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England, opened in 1991. Winning the Blue Peter Children's Museum of the Year award in 1993. It depicts the 1950s heyday of the distant waters fishing fleet. The centre also hosts a programme of temporary exhibitions throughout the year. Tours of the fishing trawler Ross Tiger are available.
- Turpin, Adrian (11 December 1993). "The smell of success: Business is booming at the National Fishing Heritage Centre in Grimsby". The Independent. Retrieved 3 April 2014.
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- Fishing Heritage Centre - official site at North East Lincolnshire Council
- Days out: Gone fishing in Grimsby[permanent dead link] The Independent, 8 September 2002
- BBC bus National Fishing Heritage Centre, Grimsby, BBC, 10 August 2004