HAMERTON ZOO PARK
Hamerton, Nr Sawtry, Cambs, Huntingdonshire PE28 5RE Directions
School Visits, Wildlife Park, Animals, Renewable Energy Generation, Childrens Play Area, Birds, Outdoor Undercover Picnic, Cats, Zoo, Birthday Parties, Conservation, Educational Programs, Group Bookings, Coffee and Gift Shop, Species & Animal Workshop Sessions
Hamerton Zoo Park has over 100 species of mammals, birds, and reptiles from the small Sebas Cat, the brightly coloured flamingo to the spectacular Bactrian Camel and the beautiful White Tiger. The park contains 2 playgrounds (one for the big kids and one for under 6s) and their fabulous express road train that runs when weather permits during the holidays. It provides all visitors, both in their work and in the wider conservation of animals and the resources of the planet. It offers a range of items from stationary, magnets, cuddly toys, and educational books. They afford free admission for children under 3, car and coach parking. And also, wheelchair accessible.
Price: Adults - £14.99
Children - £9.99 (3 to 12 inclusive)
Seniors - £13.99 (65 and over)
Registered disabled/ registered carer - £13.99
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Grammar School Walk, Huntingdonshire PE29 3LF Directions
Collections, Talks, Events, Temporary Exhibitions, Guided Tours, Education, Complimentary Activities, School, Learning Hub, Children Programs, War, Displays, Teacher's Resource Guide & Gift Shop
Cromwell Museum explores the life and times of the 17th-century soldier and statesman Oliver Cromwell. They have a temporary exhibition for some of their collections' highlights open to visitors at Huntingdon Town Hall. The collection includes more than 800 items, including portraits, jewellery, miniatures, historical documents, weapons, and armour. It provides fun, engaging, and learning experiences for all ages, satisfying many different areas of interest. And also, they offer tours and activities for groups and schools. They afford free entry.
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ST NEOTS MUSEUM
The Old Court, 8 New Street, St Neots, Huntingdonshire PE19 1AE Directions
Photo Packs and Reminiscence Boxes for Hire, Displays with Hands-on Activities, Local History, Collections, Events, School Loans Boxes, Youth Group Program, Education Officer Led Workshops, Craft, Children and Families Programs, Displays, Historical Places, Guided Tours, Pre-Booked Groups & Exhibitions
St Neots Museum is run by a friendly and committed group of volunteers, with the part-time Curator, Training and Access Officer who coordinating the museum management, and training events. They provide a variety of family events from walks, talks, one-day festivals, temporary, and touring exhibitions. Their galleries packed with amazing objects, interactive displays, and the special largest ice cream cone in town. They afford free entry to the museum for yourself, your family, and guests. Guided tours and pre-booked groups available by arrangement. The museum reopens on 4th February 2020.