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Thorney Heritage Museum
Run By the Thorney Society
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The Tankyard, Station Road, Thorney, PE6 0QE
01733 270908, enquiry@thorneysociety.co.uk

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Visiting

Entry is Free.

Opening
Easter Sunday to the last Sunday in September.
Sunday afternoons from 2 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Except August Bank Holiday weekend, when we open Sunday morning 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Please call 01733 270908 for details.

Arrangements can be made to open the Museum at other times at a small charge. 

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Find us

Thorney village is 7 miles east of Peterborough off the A47, east from Peterborough towards Wisbech and Norwich.

By car to Thorney
Leave the A47 bypass at the B1040 junction, north of the village to Thorney. After the railway gates in a garden on the right, you will see a large brick gateway to the Bedford Hall on the left. The Museum is in the western (left hand) end of the Bedford Hall building. The tower of the hall can be seen from several miles away. Parking is free.

Bus to Thorney
X1 from Peterborough to Wisbech, King's Lynn and Norwich. (timetable link).
Stagecoach 36 from Peterborough and Eye, Monday to Saturdays (timetable link).

   

 
 

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