Attraction in Huntingdon

Norris Museum
The Broadway
St Ives


PE27 5BX | View map
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The Museum of Huntingdonshire from earliest times to the present day. Displays of fossils, marine reptiles from the times of the dinosaurs. Mammoths, prehistoric people, the Romans, the middle ages, the civil war, local lace making and ice skates from the Fens. With special exhibitions, book stall and research library the museum is set in a picturesque riverside garden.


Months Open: May - Sept
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Please pre-book
Admission Price: Free

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