|Thu 18 Feb||The Fenland Ark - FPMAG Lecture|
|Thu 17 Mar||"Buckden Palace" By Peter Ibbett (FPMAG)|
|Thu 21 Apr||"Raymond Mays of Bourne" By Dr M McGregor (FPMAG)|
|Thu 19 May||"The Artists of Dieppe" By Diana Hindley (FPMAG)|
|Thu 16 Jun||"Traditional Musical Instruments" By Terry Warring|
|Thu 21 Jul||"Mexico, Olmecs to Aztecs and Mayans" (FPMAG)|
Located in one of the city's most historic buildings, Peterborough Museum has a wealth of stories to fascinate and enthral all the family. There are some amazing objects and interactive displays for all ages. The collections comprise over 200,000 items of great national and international importance.
" Explore the historic building and its story: from private house, to hospital and museum. Go inside the original Victorian Operating Theatre to learn about the grisly history of surgery.
" Visit an underwater world! See the internationally important collection of fossils of Jurassic sea-monsters and find out more about the creatures that swam in our prehistoric seas over 150 million years ago.
" Discover the story of the world's first prisoner of war camp, built 200 years ago during the Napoleonic Wars. See inside one of the cells and view the incredibly intricate items made by the French prisoners.
" Learn about the story of Peterborough, from prehistory to the present. Come face-to-face with Britain's oldest murder victim, see Roman and Saxon treasures, look inside a Victorian railway cottage and clock in to find out what Peterborough companies have made over the last century.
Open all the time
Opening times, Tues - Sun: 10am - 5pm. Mondays open only during School holidays and Bank Holidays
General Admission FREE
Special events, admission charges, £3.00 Adult, £2.00 Child, Students and senior, £6.00 family
TL 189985 52.57184 -0.24677
Take the A1 from Huntingdon or come off at A1/A605 jct, 2 minutes walk from the bus station.
By Public Transport:
From Peterborough station it is 5 minutes' walk to Peterborough Museum & Art Gallery, 2 minutes walk from bus station.