The museum is split into three main exhibition rooms, all filled with interesting artefacts, outside there is a Fenland Cottage, and outdoor displays.
Set up as a local folk museum, there are a number of displays showing the life and times of the late 19th and early 20th centuries and ongoing to the present day.
The museum houses the George Cross awarded to March locomotive driver Ben Gimbert, who was severely injured in the Soham rail disaster of 2 June 1944.
Wednesday and Saturday
Free street parking.
Under normal circumstances we do not recommend that groups or parties visit the Museum during normal opening times.
Providing that at least 14 days notice is given, the Museum can be opened for special visits at any reasonable hour, either during the day or the evening.
Charges are based on a minimum donation of £1 per person and will be confirmed when a booking is accepted.