Ely Museum
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Ely Museum

Ely Museum, a bright and friendly local history museum, located in the Bishop's Gaol in the centre of the historical city of Ely. The Museum is the history centre for the Isle of Ely & the Fens and it takes you on a journey through time from prehistory to the twentieth century. Displays include original prison cells, fossils that can be touched, Roman remains and an archive film of the Fens including punt guns and eel catching. Encounter the museum's collection of fossils from marine... Read More

Welney Wetland Centre
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Welney Wetland Centre

Welney, in Norfolk, takes in 1,000 acres of the northernmost part of the Ouse Washes – Britain’s largest area of seasonally-flooded land and the setting for one of the most magical events in the UK’s nature calendar - mass winter gatherings of many thousands of wild ducks, geese and swans. But Welney isn’t only renown as a place for cold weather wildlife watching. The reserve also supports breeding populations of black-tailed godwit, redshank, snipe, little ringed plover, marsh... Read More

RAF Witchford Display of Memorabilia
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RAF Witchford Display of Memorabilia

Display of memorabilia, photographs and records of this former World War 2 airfield and it's near neighbour R.A.F Mepal. Admission free. Display is open weekdays throughout the year (except Bank Holidays) 10.00am-4.30pm RAF Witchford Display of Memorabilia Grovemere Building Lancaster Way Ely Cambridgeshire CB6 3NW 01353... Read More

Prickwillow Engine Museum
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Prickwillow Engine Museum

Housed in the original Prickwillow Engine House (dating from 1890), it enjoys a picturesque setting on the river bank and is on the Hereward Way for those enjoying a walk out from Ely. For those arriving by car, the museum has it own large (free) car park. The original building has been extended in recent years to provide modern visitor facilities as well as  housing exhibits which include several large vintage diesel pumping engines which will delight enthusiasts of Britain's industrial... Read More

The Stained Glass Museum
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The Stained Glass Museum

The Stained Glass Museum was founded in 1972 as a repository to rescue stained glass windows under threat from destruction. The Museum first opened to the public in 1979 in the north triforium of Ely Cathedral. After a successful 25th Anniversary Appeal, funds were raised to refit the Museum in the South Triforium and the Museum re-opened in April 2000. Between 2012 and 2013 a major flexible display project was completed in the gallery. The Stained Glass Museum is the only museum dedicated... Read More

Wicken Fen Nature Reserve
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Wicken Fen Nature Reserve

Wicken Fen National Nature Reserve Wicken Fen was the very first Nature Reserve to be owned by the National Trust and has been in our care since 1899. It remains one of the most important wetlands in Europe. The Fen has been managed traditionally for centuries by sedge cutting and peat digging which has produced a unique fenland habitat rich in wildlife particularly invertebrates – Wicken is a top site nationally for molluscs, caddis flies, aquatic beetles, rove beetles, bees, flies and... Read More

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