Visiting us is easy, whether you come by public transport, car or another method.
The Farmland Museum & Denny Abbey is located just 10 miles from Cambridge City Centre, making it the perfect day trip and place to visit!
Our address is:
The Farmland Museum & Denny Abbey,
Denny Abbey, Ely Road
Getting here by Car:
- The Museum is located just Northeast of Cambridge (around 30 minutes by car).
- Take the A10 towards Ely, following the brown museum signs or if using the A14, exit at Junction 33 (Milton Interchange), to take the A10.
- If using a SatNav, please enter our postcode CB25 9PQ.
- Car parking is free. The car park is directly opposite the museum entrance.
- When arriving at the museum, we have a very long driveway which is shared by farm traffic. Please be aware of tractors and other farm machinery that may be on this road.
Getting here by Bus:
- We recommend the bus services number 9 or x9, from Cambridge Drummer Street Station to Ely.
- For full running times and further information, please visit the Stagecoach website.
- The “Research Park Entrance” bus stop is located on the A10, a 15-minute walk from the Museum entrance.
- When arriving at the museum on foot, please be aware of farm traffic using the main access road.
Getting here by Other Transport Methods:
- We welcome all visitors using different modes of transport, including motorbikes, cyclists, legs – you name it, we can accommodate it! If you are not sure, please get in touch and we’ll be happy to answer your questions and queries.
Our museum is a treasure trove of exhibits, artefacts, history and story telling! The map below gives you a idea of the layout of the museum. To download a map of the museum, in addition to an audio guide of Denny Abbey and a written guide to the outdoor farming machinery before your visit, simply visit this page.