Current position as of 21 July 2020
We are currently closed to the public.
The team at the Farmland Museum and Denny Abbey has spent time carefully considering our options to ensure that reopening the museum prioritises the safety of visitors, volunteers and staff, while also making sure we can afford to run the museum in future years.
Firstly, thank you to our many supporters who have made donations to the museum to help us through this unexpected closure. We are now in the process of applying for a grant which would allow us to partially open the museum before the end of the summer and we hope to be successful. Without this financial support, we may have to delay opening until 2021.
Should you be in a position to help us through this difficult time, please visit our donations page here
We will also need lots of volunteers to help us get the museum back up and running after so long – anyone who likes clearing out cobwebs would be especially welcome! Please do get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have some time to spare.
We are sorry that we can’t be more specific at this time, but hope you understand and thank you for your patience. As soon as we have news of an opening date, we will update our website and social media channels.
Or you can take a virtual look around our collections here.
We miss all of our visitors and look forward to welcoming you when we can.
Please note: the museum, gardens, car park and access road are situated on privately owned land and while we remain closed any unauthorised entry is strictly forbidden in the interests of safety.