The museum welcomes requests to lend items from the collections to organisations that are open to the public, or loans that will be of clear public benefit. Organisation are asked to meet required conservation and security standards, according to our loans policy.
Past loans have included objects to Tate Britain, the National History Museum and even objects to Japan.
Potential borrowers are encouraged to contact the Heritage Collections Manager informally in the first instance to discuss object selections and the practicalities of borrowing before putting in a formal request.
Formal loan requisitions should be made by formal letter or email at least one year in advance of the proposed loan period. Letters should be addressed to: Heritage Manager, Peterborough Museum, Priestgate, Peterborough, PE1 1LF. Letters sent by email to: Museum@peterboroughlimited.co.uk headed FAO Heritage Manager
Peterborough Museum expects borrowers to cover all direct costs connected with the loan.