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Denny Abbey, Cambridge
(3.8/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • We visited here as well as visiting the Farmland Museum and we were pleased we did. The Abbey itself is an interesting visit, lots of history to look at and read about. The Fenland Cottage is the high...  more »
  • Fantastic. Full of history, good value, a must see. The cottage "stuck in time" was eerily fascinating and the abbey was beautiful. I learned so much about the area I grew up in. More people should co...  more »
  • The farmland museum is charged separately although you seem to have to go through it to reach the Abbey, quite interesting with different buildings for blacksmith, shop etc with narrative as you enter...  more »
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  • Nice place to visit, farmland museum is very interesting, the abbey itself show some good historic items of architectural techniques. Nice little cafe.
  • Nice place, not a huge amount to see and do. Good for a morning or afternoon.
  • tells story of farming and the fens 1940 cottage and garden village shop wheelwrights work shop lots to see great children's play area + a tractor to climb on and the abbey building with a history of knights templars nuns and farm house lots of events / courses l looked on web site . brilliant
  • My husband has Multiple Sclerosis and needs to use a mobility scooter or a wheelchair. Although it states Disable Access entrances could be made a lot better, especially for scooters as the door treds are above the highest point of the ramps. Not overly impressed. No mention on website or in ticket office that carers go free with the disabled person. I mentioned this to the lady in the ticket office/shop at the end and she said had I said my husband was disabled, what did she think he rides on a mobility scooter for fun, I would be free. No offer of a refund but it was near closing time. Farm machinery was not labled and the speakers in the different exhibitions were not related to what you were looking at and a bit loud.
  • Old buildings with character