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I have lived in st Neots for 5 years and never been before. So glad we did, I was rather surprised by the size of it..lots of information and things for the kids to do. My boys 7,7 and 6 really enjoyed it, seeing the old prison and dressing up..looking at how school used to be. Such a good place... 更多
Oh what a lovely little museum this is. We have been with our grandchildren and on our own and its always informative. They sell local postcards(we have struggled to find these in the past) and the usual things you expect to find in most museums. The staff are always friendly and some are very knowledgeable about the area. History enactments... 更多
Well worth a trip to this small,engaging local museum. Capturing St Neots past its characters and how it has developed. Good for kid with an interest in history. Spend an hour exploring the towns past.
Have a wander around the old gaol and you'll find out some surprising things about the town. Meet the Eynesbury Giant (well, not him exactly). and have yourself a good couple of hours.
Lovely museum in my home town which I had never been to before (slap wrist). No charge for residents, £3 for out of towners. And it is a very interesting walk down memory lane. Downstairs dominated by cells from old magistrates court and then there is a well structured set of exhibits explaining the history of St Neots, it's founding,... 更多
The St. Neots Museum, free for residents, provides an informative insight into the life and times of the village and town where the bones of St. Neot were supposedly buried. Hosting multiple exhibits on the archaeology and paleontology of the market town, as well as a couple of dioramas on life in the 19th and 20th centuries, the museum has... 更多
St Neots has a rich history that matches its lovely peaceful existence on the banks of the Ouse in Cambridgeshire. Come here to see the quaint ,market sq., find the famous Quads house in New st. walk the riverside park and visit the many churches including St Mary's in Eynesbury where the famous James Toller, a giant, is buried. There... 更多
A great place to visit with or without children! they often change displays and often run activity mornings for children which we have attended on several occasions! I donated my antique dolls pram which has gone through my family 4 generations and look forward one day to seeing it on display here!