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There is free parking. Limited additional parking is available for large vehicles but this must be booked in advance with the Farmland Museum.
There is a tearoom run by the Farmland Museum selling snacks, sandwiches, cakes and drinks open when the site is open (currently 10am to 4pm for takeaway only). Visit the Farmland Museum's website for details.
The Farmland Museum shop is located by the main entrance and is easily accessible. This sells a wide range of Farmland Museum souvenirs, and gifts, including books, snacks, hot and cold drinks and ice creams.
There is a unisex toilet. Additional toilets, including baby changing facilities, are available at the Farmland Museum.
Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a short lead at all times and cannot enter the display rooms and buildings.
The abbey ruins sit alongside the Farmland Museum and are run as a joint site for visitors by the museum team. The museum tells the story of Cambridgeshire's rural past, and has an extensive outdoor collection of farming machinery from the Fens, a fenman’s hut, blacksmith’s and wheelwright’s workshops, and village shop display. Visit the Farmland Museum website for more details.
At the abbey there are exhibits featuring information and objects from its past, including a complete 1940s-furnished farmworker's cottage complete with garden (the cottage itself dates ftom the 1960s). At the neighboruing Famland Museum there is an extensive collection relating to the agriculture of Cambridgeshire.
There are large open spaces surrounding the historic buildings giving you a tranquil and relaxing experience in a lovely countryside setting.
There are baby changing facilities at The Farmland Museum.
There is a children’s play area at the Farmland Museum that is very popular with younger visitors, featuring a full-scale sit-on tractor, sandpit and climbing frame and slide.
Pre-booked education visits - please visit the Farmland Museum's website for more details.
There is interpretation for children of all ages around the site.
Some areas of the Farmland Museum are available for hire for private and corporate functions. Please contact the site for more information.
English Heritage welcomes amateur photographers to our sites and we hope you will share your pictures of your visit with us on social media.
If you are looking to use one of our sites for commercial, corporate or professional photography or as a filming location, please contact our filming team as soon as possible to check availability and acquire the relevant permissions and paperwork.
Due to the delicate nature of our sites, English Heritage does not permit drone flying from or over sites in our care, except by contractors or partners undertaking flights for a specific purpose, who satisfy stringent CAA criteria, have the correct insurances and permissions, and are operating under controlled conditions.