St Neots Museum

A small friendly museum in the old town police station, displays tell the story of St Neots and the surrounding villages through history.

The museum displays tell the stories of local people with hands-on activities for young visitors. From the Anglo-Saxon St Neot to the 1930s St Neots Quadruplets and beyond, the museum celebrates local life. With temporary exhibitions, family activities, walks, talks and an annual History Festival.

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Director 01480 214163
Ages: 0 – 100
Cost info: Free entry for local people, other visitors: Adults £3, Seniors £2, children £1.
Times and hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 11am – 4pm
Venue / location: 8 New Street, Saint Neots, PE19 1AE
Turn up or book? Just turn up

Wheelchair-accessible venue? Yes
Wheelchair-accessible toilets? Yes
Suitable for seated participants? Yes

Volunteering opportunities: Volunteering roles at the museum include; volunteering on the reception desk, volunteers to greet visitors and sell gifts and souvenirs from the museum shop, cataloguing the collections, helping to run family activities, researching local history and leading town walks.

Updated 20/09/2023