St Neots Museum

by Steve Bond photography

St Neots Museum is a friendly local museum telling the story of a busy market town on the River Ouse, from prehistoric times to the present day. 

The displays tell the story with a fascinating selection of photographs, objects and hands-on activities.

The museum is based in what was the towns Victorian police station and magistrates court. They have a regular programme of temporary exhibitions, family activities and special events. The museum has a part-time Curator and a part-time Learning and Access Officer, but is mainly run by volunteers and the Friends of the Museum.

Opening times

Tuesday to Saturday 11am to 4pm

Admission Free to Local Residents

Other Visitors: Adults £3.00, Senior & Concessions £2.00, & Children 5 – 16 £1.00

For more details about their events visit their website.