Stamford Museum
Broad Street, Stamford PE9 1J tel 01780 66317

Stamford has been called the finest stone town in England, a town that has escaped both the ravages of the Industrial Revolution and the 20th century. The town offers such a rich mixture that it is difficult to take it all in on a single visit. The museum's job is to provide an interpretation for the visitor. It does this through its displays, which set out the history and archaeology of Stamford from the earliest times to the 20th century, and through its publications, notably a series of award winning Town Trails.
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The museum is located on Broad Street near the centre of Stamford. Stamford lies between Peterborugh and Grantham

April- September Mon-Sat 10-5 Sun 2-5
October-March Mon-Sat 10-5 Closed Xmas day.

Full access unconfirmed

Small charge - free on Fridays

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