Located in a fragment of a medieval monastic building and the former town Grammar School attended by Oliver Cromwell. The Museum marks the life and legacy of Oliver Cromwell 1599-1658, who rose to prominence during the English Civil Wars of the mid 17th Century, and became the head of state, the Lord Protector, during England's only experiment with Republicanism.
1 April- 31 October Tues-Sun 10.30-12.30 13.30-16.00 1 November - 31 March Tues - Fri& Sun 13.30-16.00 Sat 10.30-12.30 13.30-16.00 Closed: All day Monday
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Facilities and services
- Education facilities available
- Object study facilities available (enquire in advance)
- Research facilities for academics
- Wheelchair access to all public areas
- Academic publications and resources available
- Brochure or leaflet available with directions to museum
- Direct teaching services for schools
- Events and resources for children and families
- General guide to collections available
- Large print information and/or interpretation
- Object identification and/or written enquiry service
- Pre-booking service for groups
- Printed/audio-visual information available for schools
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