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We are an independent museum in Huntingdonshire situated in open countryside on the edge of a small Fenland town. Housed in renovated 17th century farm buildings, the museum is full of items and exhibits kindly donated by local companies and the...more
This is the first time I have been to a food and craft fair at the museum. Over fifty stalls with a large variety of food produce and crafts. I couldn’t resist buying something for the store cupboard. I also ate a small Indian snack...More
Another visit to the annual Plough Day was again a great day out. So much to see and do. Fabulous heavy horses decked out in all their finery, vintage tractors competing for the straightest furrow, plenty of stalls with a variety of wares to sell....More
The staff at this museum are all volunteers and the exhibits tell stories that we are perhaps in danger of forgetting. From the complete cobbler's shop donated to the museum to the vet's instruments to the farming implements that we never knew existed, there is...More
Loads to do for KS 2 children especially. The staff are very helpful and great with the children. There is so much to do, I suggest a pre-visit. The 1940s cottage is a hi-light, lots to see for a WW2 topic experience day. Plenty of...More
Many of the other reviews here focus on how varied this place is, or how much its volunteer staff seem to love it, or how it makes for a fantastic little family day out. All of that is absolutely true, but I'd like to write...More
Dogs are allowed as long as you are responsible and clean up after them. Visitors are encouraged not to take them into the actual buildings for obvious reasons. There is a drinking bowl near reception that has fresh water... More
Dogs are allowed as long as you are responsible and clean up after them. Visitors are encouraged not to take them into the actual buildings for obvious reasons. There is a drinking bowl near reception that has fresh water in for your dog. Dogs are not allowed in the tea room.