Our museum will be open all day during the St George's Day Fayre on Sunday 22nd April and we are excited to have the following activities on offer, in addition to our usual displays:

Display of Historic Bikes
Rear Yard tribute to the Cambridgeshire Regiment in the First World War
Working pumping engines
Artefact table
Opportunity to" Ask the Archivist"
Special St George's Children's Trail in the Museum.

Do pop in and say hello- we'd love to see you!


March & District Museum is in the heart of the town centre and offers a fascinating insight into the community’s social history through a variety of exciting displays and collections, along with audio points and interactive elements to help guide you through the history of the town. Admission and helpful advice is all free so come along and enjoy a visit to your local family museum.

We are a registered Charity - number 286115

Opening Hours

We are open on Wednesdays and Saturdays 10.30am - 3.30pm

If you would like us to accommodate a group visit at a different time, please contact us with your requirements.

Admission Prices

Entry to March & District Museum is free, but donations are gratefully received to help support our work.

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Our next Museum Talk will be on Friday 20 April. Come and spend an evening with Sophie Rowe, Conservator of the Polar Museum, Cambridge. In early 2017 she spent a field season on Horseshoe Island in Antarctica cataloguing artefacts in the historic 1950's base there.

Museum Society Members £2 Guests £3



Children's Trail

Come and hunt for characters from traditional tales this New Year!