The Cromwell Museum is in the centre of Huntingdon, a traditional Cambridgeshire market town with great transport links via rail and road to Cambridge, London and the rest of Britain.
April – October
Six days a week (closed on Mondays): 11.00am – 3.30pm
November – March
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday 1.30 – 3.30pm
Saturday 11.00am – 3.30pm
Good Friday (30 March) – CLOSED
Easter Saturday (31 March) – 11am – 3.30pm (as normal)
Easter Sunday (1 April) – CLOSED
Easter Monday (Bank Holiday) (2 April) – 11am – 3.30pm
You can find us at the Grammar School Walk, Huntingdon PE29 3LF
To contact the museum email or call us on 01480 375830
If you are planning to visit the museum please consider:
If your group is eight or more you must arrange your visit in advance.
The maximum number that can be accommodated at any one time is 25
A guided tour of the museum during opening hours can be arranged at a minimum cost of £25 (up to 10 people), plus £2.50 per head (11-25)
Visits may be arranged outside of opening hours at a minimum cost of £50 (up to 10 people), plus £5 per head (11-25)
If it is necessary to split your group because there are more than 25 in the group, a walking tour of Huntingdon can be arranged for one half of the group. This can be a self-guided tour or led by a guide (for which there is a charge)
When arranging your visit please advise the museum if your group has any special interests or if you require a general tourplease
Note that the museum does not have toilet facilities. Public conveniences are available at Huntingdon Library (located nearby)
All group bookings must be made in advance. Please contact us as far in advance as possible, particularly if complementary activities are required.
The museum can offer talks and activities that meet your curriculum needs. The basic charge of £2 per pupil, with a minimum charge of £25. Please note tailored programmes can be developed and a price negotiated.
The maximum number that can be accommodated at any one time is 25. If your group is larger than 25, complementary activities can be organised at the nearby Huntingdon Library & Archives, or groups can be divided into two and a walking tour of Huntingdon can be arranged for one half of the group.
A teachers’ resource guide is available. If requested loan materials can be made available for classroom use. Please contact the museum for more information.
Please note that the museum does not have toilet facilities. Public conveniences are available at Huntingdon Library (located nearby)
The museum welcomes children of all ages. To make sure younger visitors get as much as they can from their visit the museum provides a chest of family learning materials that can be played with.