St. Neots Museum

Photo:The Museum in New Street

The Museum in New Street

Photo:Policeman and prisoner in one of the museum's Edwardian police cells

Policeman and prisoner in one of the museum's Edwardian police cells

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Award-winning local history museum telling the story of this market town from prehistoric times to the present day

Visit the prisoner in the original 1907 cell block of this Victorian police station and magistrates court building.

Find out about St. Neots Priory and Market, about life on and around  the Great Ouse, about the famous St. Neots Quads, and much more!

Our attractive displays appeal to visitors of all ages and include hands-on activities.

There is always something new to see or do at the Museum

  • Art, craft and other exhibitions, changed regularly
  • Holiday workshops and quizzes

See our website for up-to date information

Where to find us

The Old Court, 8 New Street, St. Neots, PE19 1AE.

Opening times

February to December
Tuesday- Saturday 11am – 4pm


Free for local residents
Other visitors: Adults £3, Seniors £2, Children £1

School and other group visits welcome

Please contact the museum for further information


01480 214163 (Museum reception - open hours only and answerphone)



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