Duxford Imperial War Museum
The Ely Cathedral is an Anglican Cathedral in the city of Ely. Much of the cathedral is over 900 years old and it offers a rich architectural history.
Oliver Cromwell’s House
Visit the former Lord Protector’s family home, the only residence still in existence other than Hampton Court. Experience what domestic life would have been like in the 17th Century in a variety of re-created period rooms as well as an exhibition detailing the English Civil Wars.
Ely Museum tells the history of Ely and the surrounding area from prehistory to the twentieth century
Waterside Antiques is the largest antiques centre in East Anglia
Newmarket Horse Racing Museum
Palace House is made up of three charities: The National Horse racing Museum, The British Sporting Art Trust and Retraining of Race horses who have come together to create this fantastic new National Heritage Centre.
Denny Abbey and Farmland museum
Farmland Museum is an independent charitable museum and manages the adjacent Denny Abbey on behalf of English Heritage. The museum collection covers village and farming life of rural Cambridgeshire including large machinery and domestic items.
Sandringham House & Estate
Sandringham House is a country house in the parish of Sandringham, Norfolk, England. It is the private home of Queen Elizabeth II. The house stands in a 20,000-acre estate in the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
West Stow Anglo Saxon Village
West Stow has extensive indoor galleries and a stunning recreation of an Anglo-Saxon village surrounded by 125 acres of unspoilt countryside.
Moyse’s Hall Museum
Situated in a beautiful medieval building, Moyse’s Hall Museum houses eclectic collections and exhibitions, and hosts events ranging from themed craft workshops for all the family to historical talks and lectures.
Ancient House is among the principal attractions of the town of Thetford in Norfolk. Indeed, it probably ranks as one of the best examples of an early Tudor town house in East Anglia.
Lord Fairhaven bought Anglesey Abbey in 1926 and gifted it to the National Trust upon his death in 1966. Immerse yourself in his luxurious lifestyle as you step inside the House packed with antiques, paintings, silverware and clocks.
Wicken Fen Nature Reserve
England’s most famous fen is a great place to witness nature’s beauty. With easy access into a lost landscape! Explore the Cambridgeshire Fens on foot with the choice of short or long walks. Or by bike, cycle hire is available.
Houghton Mill is the last surviving mill on the River Great Ouse able to produce stone ground flour from a water-powered wheel. Experience the sights, sounds and smells of this historic building in action.
Lyveden New Bield
A remarkable survivor of the Elizabethan age. Virtually unaltered since work stopped on its creation in 1605.
Peckover House and Garden
Peckover is a Georgian town house full of surprises. Peckover House has a two-acre Victorian garden which has hidden corners, paths and the occasional touch of the exotic.
Marvel at the architecture of the largest country house in Cambridgeshire. See the spectacular Yellow Drawing Room and unusual plunge bath plus a fascinating glimpse of life below stairs.
Oxburgh Hall is a moated country house in Oxborough, Norfolk, England, today in the hands of the National Trust. Built around 1482 by Sir Edmund Bedingfeld, Oxburgh has always been a family home, not a fortress.
Burwell Museum and Windmill
An amazing family day out – climb the windmill, follow the trails, enjoy the rare vintage vehicles, old schoolroom and village shop, and find out how people lived in Burwell on the edge of the Fens.