Our opening exhibition for May 2021 showcases the beautiful Celtic treasure, the Kimbolton Hoard of Iron Age coins, found at Kimbolton in 2010. Hidden in the ground for 2,000 years, our exhibition will uncover the story of their burial and their significance to the Celtic people that buried them.
Also on display are items found during the archaeological excavations at Loves Farm, St Neots, including offerings made at a probable Romano-British shrine on the site, as well as items from a Romano-British site in Eynesbury.
The exhibition includes information about the Iron Age including; everyday life, local tribes, religion and the Roman invasion in 43AD.
A booklet linked to the exhibition will also be available to purchase. You can also watch our dedicated video on the coins HERE.