Where to find us
Cambridgeshire CB7 4UN
The majority of the Museum is suitable for wheel chair access.
A hearing aid loop is also available.
The Museum is to be found on the B1382 at the eastern fringe of Prickwillow village, by the bridge over the River Lark, just a few miles from Ely, Lakenheath and Mildenhall. For those arriving by car, the Museum has its own large (free) car park.
The location is ideal for a picnic on the river bank, which also has moorings for those arriving by boat.
Travelling to the Museum
by public transport
If you are arriving at Ely by train, there is, unfortunately, no regular public transport service between Ely and Prickwillow. The options are to cycle (by hiring a bike), use a taxi or walk.
Walking to the Museum from Ely Station
The Museum is a pleasant walk of almost 5 miles from the station using two Long Distance Paths and takes in Ely's attractive river frontage, pubs, cafés, and restaurants.
Starting from the station walk south east on the A142 for a short distance to the bridge over the River Ouse. Pick up the Fen Rivers Way running North at this point.
Follow the Fen Rivers Way for 1.8 miles beside the River Ouse. At this point the Fen Rivers Way crosses the Hereward Way, and this becomes your route. Cross the River Ouse here using the quaintly named Cuckoo Bridge. Look out for marsh harriers, maybe even a bittern in the reed beds! The Hereward Way follows the old bank of the Ouse North East into Prickwillow to pick up the River Lark just outside the Museum where our welcoming café awaits!
Cycling to the Museum from Ely Station
Ely Cycle Hire: 07775857878 or 01353668551.