- Where is the museum?
- How do I get there?
- Where can I park?
- Can I use public transport?
- How do I contact you?
Where is the museum?
In the glorious East Midlands, near both Nottingham and Derby, and just 40 minutes from Matlock at the edge of the Peak District.
Ten minutes from the M1, close to the IKEA retail park.
Address: The D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum, 8a Victoria Street, Eastwood, Nottinghamshire Postcode: NG16 3AW
How do I get there?
Directions: From M1 Junction 26, take the A610 towards Eastwood. From M1 Junction 27, take the A608, through Brinsley, towards Eastwood.
From M1 Junction 27, take the A608, through Brinsley, towards Eastwood.
Where can I park?
Pay and Display car parking is available in Eastwood.
Just around the corner from the Museum on Scargill Walk is a short stay car-park, with one hour free parking (with a voucher only). Maximum stay is 3 hours. As the tour is 75 minutes long, you will need to ensure you place sufficient time on your car parking ticket.
Long-stay car parking is available at the Sun Inn car park (£1 all day), and also on Victoria Street, both only a short walk to the Museum.
Can I use public transport?
Langley Mill train station is only 1.5 miles away.
To help you plan your journey, why not use the traveline website, which can show you bus and rail routes to Eastwood from almost anywhere in the UK!
How do I contact you?
You can either contact us via telephone or email. Please note that the Museum is not open on Sundays or Mondays, so no one will be available to deal with your queries on these days. We aim to respond to all emails within two working days.
Telephone: 0115 917 3824