Museum of Cambridge

 

Over 300 years of Cambridgeshire history. Discover the fascinating stories of local people.

Explore our wonderful and varied collections displayed in nine room settings including the bar, the kitchen, the fens and folklore room and the playroom. Each room is filled with intriguing objects and curiosities, some dating back to the 1600s.

The Museum of Cambridge (formerly Cambridge & County Folk Museum) is housed in the former White Horse Inn, a uniquely preserved 17th century timber framed building with all the character its history suggests.

Enjoy visiting temporary exhibitions, community displays, our gift shop and weekend vintage tea room. We offer events and activities throughout the year.



Opening Times
Tuesday – Saturday 10.30 – 17.00 (last admissions 16.30).

Sunday 12.00 – 16.00 (last admission 15.30).

Admission
Adults: £4.00. Concessions: £2.00.

Children under 12 years: free.

Friends of the Museum: free.

Guided Tours & Groups
Groups welcome including schools, booking required. Guided tours available by arrangement.

Location
The Museum of Cambridge is located on the corner of Castle Street and Northampton Street, just 5 minutes walk from the City centre.

Contact
enquiries@museumofcambridge.org.uk

01223 355159

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