Burwell Museum of Fen Edge Village Life

Museum site as seen from inside Stevens' Mill. Copyright © Burwell Museum/Simon Heath
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A museum (reg.charity No.290431), run entirely by un-paid volunteers, depicting village life on the edge of the Cambridgeshire Fens from the Saxons to the 60's. The displays are housed in various attractive buildings including an 18th Century timber framed barn.
Stevens' Mill, a Grade II* Listed windmill next to the museum site, is part of the museum and is fully restored thanks to a Heritage Lottery Fund grant and several other donations. Visitors can tour inside with one of our Mill Guides.
The museum has a Friends group who amongst other things help to staff the museum on open days and organise fund-raising events.
Further details about the museum can be found on our website www.burwellmuseum.org.uk (click the link above right)

Venue Type:

Museum, Archive, Heritage site

Opening hours

Easter - End of October
Thurs, Sun, Bank Holiday Monday. 1100-1700.


Closed: November - Easter

Admission charges

Adults: £4.00
Accompanied Children (5-16 yrs): £2.00
Accompanied Children under 3 yrs: FREE
Season Ticket Holders: FREE
(Season Tickets can be purchased at the museum, giving free entry to the museum on any regular open days. Membership of the Friends includes a free Season Ticket. Details on our website or the "Become a Friend" leaflet)

Getting there

Burwell is on the B1102 road about 12 miles north east of Cambridge, 12 miles south of Ely and 4 miles north west of Newmarket.
Museum car parking (free) is signed in the village High Street (at the Gardiner Memorial Hall). Museum is a short walk from rear left of car park. Disabled drivers may park in Mill Close near the museum entrance.
Further details available on our website www.burwellmuseum.org.uk

Additional info

Wheelchair access to ground floor public areas. Stair-lifts available for access to all upstairs public areas, except the windmill.
Coaches are welcome, but by prior arrangement only, please.
Shop/Tea Room sells souvenirs, books, CD-ROMs and light refreshments (hot & cold drinks, confectionery, snack food) with home made cakes on Special Event days.
Refreshments/cold food (e.g. Ploughmans Lunch) can be provided for pre-booked groups.
Further information on our website www.burwellmuseum.org.uk (click the link above right).

Collection details

Agriculture, Archaeology, Archives, Social History

Getting there

Burwell is on the B1102 road about 12 miles north east of Cambridge, 12 miles south of Ely and 4 miles north west of Newmarket.
Museum car parking (free) is signed in the village High Street (at the Gardiner Memorial Hall). Museum is a short walk from rear left of car park. Disabled drivers may park in Mill Close near the museum entrance.
Further details available on our website www.burwellmuseum.org.uk

Burwell Museum of Fen Edge Village Life
Mill Close
Burwell
Cambridgeshire
CB25 0HL
England

Website

Burwell Museum website. Includes: Opening hours, admission charges, Special Events details.

www.burwellmuseum.org.uk

Burwell Museum "Twitter" pages. "Follow" us to receive updates and reminders about forthcoming events plus any Museum news.

twitter.com/burwellmuseum

Burwell Museum "Facebook" page

www.facebook.com/pages/Burwell-Museum/113301912128450

E-mail

General Enquiries regarding the whole museum.

museum@burwellmuseum.org.uk

Enquiries regarding the windmill only.

mill@burwellmuseum.org.uk

Other contact details can be found on our website.

Telephone

General Information.(Answering machine - please leave a message, clearly, with contact details if you wish.)

01638 605 544

Fax

0871 661 5378

All information is drawn from or provided by the venues themselves and every effort is made to ensure it is correct. Please remember to double check opening hours with the venue concerned before making a special visit.
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