The Farmland Museum and Denny Abbey
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Discover the story of farming in the Cambridgeshire Fens and explore the ancient Denny Abbey.
Housed on the site of the splendid former Benedictine monastery, Denny Abbey, here you can explore both the ancient abbey and independent museum in one fell swoop. Nestled in the lovely Cambridgeshire countryside, this idyllic rural spot is also conveniently located between the cities of Cambridge and Ely.
Discover the stories of country craftspeople, farmers, countesses and monks who have contributed to the rich heritage of the Cambridgeshire Fens and their long history of farming. Explore the museum's interactive exhibits and special displays dedicated to local blacksmiths, basket makers and more, historic machinery, a 17th-century threshing barn showcasing root crops, cereals and fruit growing, and a 1940s village shop complete with haberdashery, stationery and gardening goodies.
Plus, make sure not to miss the lovely garden allotments and ponds brimming with wildlife, or a visit to the charming Docky Box Tearoom.