At the Farmland Museum
Discover farming through the ages and learn about the rural history of Cambridgeshire. Visit a village shop, kitchen and dairy. See a stunning 17th century stone barn and the workshops, which include a wheelwright and cooper. Say hello to our chickens. Try the many hands-on activities especially designed with children in mind; dress up as a farm worker, investigate the mystery objects and more.
At Denny Abbey
Explore this lovely abbey still featuring superb Norman interiors. At different times, it housed Benedictine Monks, the Knights Templar and nuns of the Franciscan order, the Poor Clares. See the Franciscan nun's refectory of the mid 14th century and the rooms converted for their founder, the Countess of Pembroke. Learn how Denny has evolved through the centuries with our displays and children's activities.Other Information: Gift shop
Café at weekend - light luncheons and teas
Disabled toilet and baby changing
Car and coach parking
Wheelchair access ok in Museum but restricted in Abbey and Farmworkers Cottage.
Schools are welcome all year round, morning and afternoon - at the Museum an Education Officer provides a variety of workshops for children at key stage1 and 2 or special needs groups of any age.
Visit out new education website for details on school trips, outreach sessions and volunteering at dennyeducation
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