Things to do at Burwell Museum and Windmill review
Burwell Museum and Windmill is a great family-friendly attraction in Cambridgeshire. You can explore the windmill, follow their trails, look at vintage vehicles and explore the old schoolroom and village shop.
They usually open the windmill and run mill tours on every day they are open. You can climb the four floors of the mill and learn how it was used to grind flour. There is a trail in here and kids can try on miller’s costumes.
The museum is set amongst some beautifully preserved historic farm buildings. The museum looks at the history of the village and brings history to life with recreated true to the time interiors with kitchens, living room and a child’s bedroom. There is an interactive mechanical telephone exchange, a shepherd’s hut and more. Many of the exhibits are hands-on and interactive. Throughout the season they offer a range of family-friendly activities.
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FAQ and Further Information Burwell Museum and Windmill
Is there food and drink available?
There are places to purchase food and drinks close to the museum.
What are the main things to do?
Museum in historic farm buildings, trails, interactive exhibits and family activities. There are toilets.
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Cheap – Adults £5, children 3-16 £2, under 3s are free. Other pricing options including annual family passes are available.
Is there parking?
Free parking is available in the Gardiner Memorial Hall car park, in Burwell High Street.
When are they open?
Burwell Museum is open to visitors from Easter to the end of October on Thursdays, Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays. For up to date opening times and dates please follow this link.
Only assistance dogs are permitted.
Are they accessible?
Wheelchair accessibility to ground floor of the mill and ground floors of the museum buildings. Stairclimber chair to upper levels of the museum buildings.
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