We are an independent museum in Huntingdonshire situated in open
countryside on the edge of a small Fenland town. Housed in renovated 17th century farm buildings, the museum is full of items and exhibits kindly donated by local companies and the public.
Ramsey Rural Museum is a charitable incorporated organisation that is managed and maintained entirely by volunteers.
Ramsey Rural Museum is open to visitors on Saturdays and Sundays from 2-5pm.
On site there are many areas showing a variety of machinery, implements
Light refreshments are provided either in our Tea Room or alfresco in the courtyard. If you prefer, bring a picnic and enjoy the peaceful setting.
Throughout the year we hold many events details of which appear on our events page.
The Victorian study
A history of toys
The story of the last man executed in the Tower of London: the german spy Josef Jakobs.
G. B. Hydes shop
The Chemists shop
Ramsey at war
For information regarding our Opening Times, Entrance Charges, How to find Us or any other information please see the banner on the right.
For group visits please click on the Visit Us button.
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please use the ‘Contact Us’ button to send a message, or telephone on
01487-815715. We will reply to all messages as soon as possible.