From Flax to Freelance: The History of 36 Lime Street

Heritage Open Days

By on August 20, 2014

Today, 36 Lime Street is a collective of over 40 workshops, occupied by freelance artists and other creative practitioners. The building dates from the 1840s and in its 165 year history has witnessed some of the Ouseburn’s greatest events and changes. Join Ouseburn expert Mike Greatbatch and 36 Lime Street artist Sue Woolhouse on a tour of the building, external and internal!

Opening Times
Thursday 11 September: Tour 1400
Saturday 13 September: Tour 1400

Booking Essential
Contact Sue Woolhouse to book on to a tour by emailing suewool@gotadsl.co.uk
Booking closes at 17:00 on Wednesday 10th of September

Access
Unfortunately 36 Lime Street is not an accessible building. No disabled access so visitors must be able to climb stairs.

Additional information
Max 25 people per tour/session.