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
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.
Entry to March & District Museum is free, but donations are gratefully received to help support our work.
March Museum's monthly meeting on Friday, 13th. October will be an illustrated presentation by Michael Knight. He is an authority on roadside milestones, their origins and development in compliance with Parliamentary Acts associated with the Turnpike Road era over a period of 170 years.. Milestones gradually fell into disuse with the coming of the railways.
A display of relevant publications will be available for inspection and purchase. Meetings are at March St. Peter's Church Hall opposite the Museum, beginning at 7.30pm. Admission is £2 for members and £3 for non members.