Thursday, February 2, 2023

First Record Fair set for Lincoln museum

Pick up your favourite records on vinyl or rediscover some bygone classics at The Collection Museum’s Record Fair on Saturday 14 January.

Featuring stalls from local record sellers, the free-to-enter Record Fair will be a first for the museum, on Danes Terrace in Lincoln.

The market event coincides with their ‘Best Art Vinyl; album artwork through the ages’ exhibition, which celebrates the very best vinyl album art from the last 70+ years.

Jenny Gleadell, exhibitions officer at The Collection Museum, said: “The Best Art Vinyl exhibition has been a real hit with visitors; some have been reminiscing about the classic albums of their youth, whilst others have discovered new favourites. I’m sure it has even inspired a few of our visitors to dust off their old vinyls, or even start a new collection.

“If that’s you, and you’re looking for more LPs to add to your shelves, the Record Fair is a pretty good place to start.

“We’re also now into the final weeks of the exhibition, so if you haven’t seen it yet, or want to see it again, you’ve got until 22 January to see it here at The Collection Museum.”

The Record Fair will be open from 10am to 4pm on Saturday 14 January 2023.

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