Welcome To Ramsey Rural Museum

Who and Where We Are

The Museum, reproduced by permission of Margaret Bailey

Ramsey Rural Museum is an independent museum set in a peaceful rural location on the edge of the market town of Ramsey in Cambridgeshire.

Our main focus is the working and social history of Ramsey and the surrounding area of Cambridgeshire, concentrating on the period 1800 to 2000 AD.

There is more about the museum and the work we do in About Us and the story of the museum’s development is told in History.

If you need to get in touch see: Contact Us.

What is Happening at the Museum

The museum is open for visitors on Sat, Sun, Mon from April to October from 2-5 pm and at other times for events.

Before you visit check Visit Us for details and look at Museum’s Collections for a flavour of what you will find.

We run an extensive programme of events and talks. See the Events Calendar for full details or the list below for upcoming events.

We have our own “Sowing the seeds of History” educational material, as well as providing support for schools and other institutions. See Learning for more information.

For news about the museum and any changes or additions to opening times, talks and events, see News.

How You Can Help

You can help us by Volunteering

You can help us financially using the button below.

For other ways to help see: Support Us.

What Others Say

“Ramsey Rural Museum stands as a captivating testament to the region’s rural heritage, offering visitors a fascinating journey through time”

Peter Cox – Ouse Washes Organisation

“It is a very charming museum, lovely to move from one themed area to another.”

Mystery Shopper Report

“A fascinating collection of items from years gone by many of which I remember my parents and grandparents owning.”

Colin – Tripadvisor

Latest News and Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Plough Day
News

All News

For the latest information about our independent museum and the events we organise see our Facebook page.