Details of our new annual pass admission tickets! Read more
Thank you to all of the visitors who came to see us in 2019, we had a fantastic open season! We have now closed for the winter and will re-open at the start of April 2020. During the closed period, the site and Education Room are still available for hire for meetings, filming, classes etc. Please do ... Read more
The Delanoy Education Room is the ideal venue for your meeting, class, or workshop. With peaceful views across the fields, the room comes equipped with WiFi, digital projector and flipchart. The space can accommodate up to 20 for meetings and workshops and up to 30 seated guests for lectures. The wider museum is also available to hire for ... Read more
October 24, 2019 4:00 PM -
Join us for the last family craft activity afternoons of our 2019 season. Activities run in the Stone Barn from 1-4pm. Normal admission prices apply and we welcome donations to cover the cost of materials. Tea room open 12-4pm.
October 27, 2019
Join us on the last day of the 2019 season for Halloween-themed events including broomstick races, pumpkin carving, spooky songs and stories and willow wand making. There will also be some special visitors from the Raptor Foundation. Museum open 11am – 5pm. Tea Room open 11am – 4pm. Normal admission prices apply. Annual passes are valid and ...
We welcome dogs on leads in the grounds of the museum. Read more
A full programme of activities to keep children entertained in the school holidays. Read more
For regular updates on events and what's happening at the museum Read more
Singing songs are an integral part of our culture – lyrics celebrate all aspects of our lives. People living in Cambridgeshire who worked on the land or in rural industries would have sung songs celebrating the seasons, their lives, the good times and the bad, they’d poke fun at their neighbours and use singing as a ... Read more
The Accreditation Scheme sets out nationally agreed standards for UK museums. Read more
Become a Bronze, Silver or Gold supporter! The Trustees would like to invite you to join their scheme to support the Farmland Museum. The Farmland Museum needs on-going financial help to continue to provide a unique place where visitors can learn about their local history and enjoy a serene and peaceful environment. We welcome donations of any size ... Read more
This year we’re actively seeking sponsorship and funding from local companies. Donations will help towards the running costs of the museum, the care of the collections and our education programme. If you run a company and would like to find out how to help the museum please contact Sarah Michael, Commercial Officer on 01223 860988 or email firstname.lastname@example.org We ... Read more
We appreciate all donations great and small! This year (2016) we’re actively seeking sponsorship and funding from local companies. We’re delighted this year to be supported by The Marshall Community First Fund. Their donation will help towards the running costs of the museum, the care of the collections and our education programme. If you run a company and would ... Read more