Other Museums and useful Links

Chatteris Museum is part of the Fenland Five Museums Group:

March and District Museum
High Street, March  PE15 9JJ,
Tel: 01354 655300
www.marchmuseum.co.uk

 Octavia Hill’s Birthplace House
1 South Brink Place, Wisbech  PE13 1JE,
Tel: 01945 467358
 www.octaviahillmuseum.org

Whittlesey Museum
The Town Hall, Market Street, Whittlesey PE7 2BD,
www.whittleseymuseum.co.uk
http://whittleseymuseum.blogspot.co.uk 
www.facebook.com/WhittleseyMuseum

Tel: 01733 840968

 Wisbech and Fenland Museum
Museum Square, Wisbech  PE13 1ES,
Tel: 01945 583517
www.wisbechmuseum.org.uk


Chatteris Community Archive
www.chatteris.ccan.co.uk


Chatteris Museum is part of the Museums In Cambridgeshire Partnershiphttps://museumsincambs.org/


Chatteris Museum is a member of CAS:

Cambridge Antiquarian Society –  Newsletter: Click here for latest Version of Conduit


More museums in the Cambridgeshire area

 Ramsey Rural Museum

  www.ramseyruralmuseum.co.uk

The Cromwell Museum, Huntingdon

www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/leisure/museums/cromwell

Oliver Cromwell’s House at Ely

www.ely.org.uk/tic.htm

Ely Museum     

www.elymuseum.org.uk

The Stained Glass Museum, Ely

   www.stainedglassmuseum.com/

The Drainage Engine Museum, Prickwillow

 www.prickwillow-engine-museum.co.uk/

The Norris Museum, St Ives

www.stives-town.info/norris_museum.htm

The Farmland Museum, at Denny Abbey, Waterbeach

www.dennyfarmlandmuseum.org.uk

Burwell Museum

   www.burwellmuseum-org-uk

Thorney Heritage Museum

www.thorney-museum.org.uk

Peterborough Museum

www.peterboroughheritage.org.uk

Duxford Imperial War Museum

www.duxford.iwm.org.uk


Museums in Cambridge:
The Fitzwilliam Museum
The Museum of Technology
The Museum of Cambridge
The Whipple Museum
The Sedgwick Museum
The Museum of Zoology
The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology


Other Relevant Links

The Fen Edge Trail

The Fen Edge Trail is a national initiative set up by The Cambridgeshire Geological Society as part of their Geosites work. The CGS was born from the natural history department of Cambridge University and promotes interest in the geology of Cambridgeshire, the UK and worldwide http://www.fenedgetrail.org/

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