Our Museums

There are an exciting variety of museums in the Fens. Find one that is near to you.

Page link: Ayscoughfee Hall
Ayscoughfee Hall
A fantastic building in a fabulous public park
Page link: Chatteris Museum
Chatteris Museum
Discover the Ancient Town of Chatteris
Page link: Ely Museum
Ely Museum
The History Centre for the Isle of Ely and the Fens
Page link: Farmland Museum & Denny Abbey
Farmland Museum & Denny Abbey
A Museum of Local Rural Life and a Grade I Listed Medieval Abbey
Page link: Flag Fen
Flag Fen
Travel back 3,500 years to the Fens prehistoric past.
Page link: John Clare Cottage
John Clare Cottage
The home of John Clare from 1793 - 1832
Page link: Lynn Museum
Lynn Museum
West Norfolk's greatest treasure!
Page link: March and District Museum
March and District Museum
Memories of Victorian and Agricutural Life
Page link: Museum of Cambridge
Museum of Cambridge
The life and history of the people of Cambridge
Page link: Peterborough Museum
Peterborough Museum
A fun family friendly museum
Page link: Prickwillow Museum
Prickwillow Museum
The changing face of Fenland
Page link: Ramsey Rural Museum
Ramsey Rural Museum
Come and Join us For a Great Day Out
Page link: St. Neots Museum
St. Neots Museum
Award-winning local history museum telling the story of this market town from prehistoric times to the present day
Page link: The Great Fen
The Great Fen
One of the most important wildlife projects in Britain....
Page link: The Norris Museum
The Norris Museum
Telling the story of the historic county of Huntingdonshire from earliest times to the present day.
Page link: Thorney Heritage Museum
Thorney Heritage Museum
At the Bedford Hall, Thorney
Page link: Whittlesey Museum
Whittlesey Museum
A social history of an ancient market town in the Fens
Page link: Wicken Fen
Wicken Fen
A window onto a lost landscape
Page link: Wisbech & Fenland Museum
Wisbech & Fenland Museum
"A1 Among Country Museums" Sir Henry Cole, 1869.