St Neots Museum



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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What's On

 Friday 25th November Listen to the choir and enjoy mulled wine and mince pies – FREE to all visitors on the night. 

Visit Father Christmas and tell him 
what you want in your stocking. 
Every child receives a wrapped gift and a card, £3.00 per child.
Whilst you wait to meet the man himself, 
why not make a sparkly festive gift tag to add to a present for someone special! FREE to make (1 per child).


Tuesday 20th December - 11am - Get creative with greenery, glitter and ribbons and make a Christmas wreath to hang at your door!

No need to book, just drop in. 
All children to be accompanied by an adult.
£2.00 per child

Wednesday 21st November - 11am Using stained glass paints bring a warm, colourful glow to a candle holders and card. Perfect as Christmas presents, or to keep for yourself!
11am to 3pm

No need to book, just drop in. 
Children to be accompanied by an adult.
£2 per child 



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