Stoke Bruerne … An amazing day out for families and groups
Located in the pretty Northamptonshire village of Stoke Bruerne, The Canal Museum, is a true hidden gem. With its boat trips, pond dipping, flight of locks, colourful narrowboats, waterway walks, infamous tunnel, two pubs, shop, events and a café it provides a great family day out. In the museum you will discover the story of Britain’s canals, from the great engineers and navvies who created them to the boat families, leggers and lock-keepers who lived and worked on them. You’ll find models of working boats, traditional clothing, canal crafts, painted ware, a re-creation of a boat builder’s workshop, beautiful historical signs and much more.
The Museum is also a great place for a group visit, with special rates on museum admission and catering, free coach parking, meet and greet service, complimentary refreshments for the tour leader and driver and a dedicated team to help plan and organise your visit.
For further information please call 01604 862229 or visit canalrivertrust.org.uk/thecanalmuseum
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