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St Neots Museum, St. Neots

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St Neots Museum is a local museum located in St Neots, within the Huntingdonshire District of Cambridgeshire, England.The museum is housed in the Old Court, a former police station and law court building on New Street. It presents the history of the market town of St Neots on the River Ouse, from prehistoric times onwards. The museum includes the original 1907 cell block where prisoners where detained.
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  • I don't remember the last time I've enjoyed a town museum this much. Located in the former jail and courthouse, which is woven into the story. Great staff, superbly labeled and presented displays, rea...  more »
  • The displays are well presented & the themes imaginative.It is always surprising that more parents don't use the excellent child focused events  more »
  • Comprehensive local museum, covering a little bit of everything. Typical mix of small town randomness; ie old Victorian police cells, the local giant and an old fashioned typewriter to play on. My eld...  more »
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  • Everything you need to know about local history. Very child friendly with plenty of holiday activities.
  • Local museums are always fun. Worth a visit.
  • Good bit of local history, great for adults but the kids love it. Been several times.