St. Neots Museum
Welcome to St Neots Museum website. We are a lively local museum telling the story of our busy market town on the River Ouse, from prehistoric times to the present day.
Our displays tell our story with a fascinating selection of photographs, objects and hands-on activities.
The museum is housed in the towns Victorian Police Station and Magistrates Court. We have a regular programme of temporary exhibitions, family activities and special events.
The museum has a part-time Curator and a part-time Learning and Access Officer, but is mainly run by volunteers and the Friends of the Museum.
We are CLOSED throughout January 2017 for our annual Spring Clean, open again from Tuesday 7th February, 11.00am – 4.00pm
The Story of St Neots
People have been living in the St Neots area for over 5,000 years. Today the town is named after the Anglo Saxon saint whose remains were worshiped at the medieval priory.
Find out more in our permanent display.
The museum holds regular family events during the school holidays and other events and activities throughout the year.
See What’s On for details.