Museum Garden Open!
During Spring 2012 the garden at Peterborough Museum was transformed with the help of the national charity ‘Froglife’ and their group of Wildlife Ambassadors. The garden tells the story of Medicine through Time, from Tudor times up to the early 20th Century. There is also a 1940s ‘Dig for Victory’ vegetable patch and a wildlife area.
At present, the garden is used by school groups and for special events.
The garden is kept beautiful with the help of our team of dedicated garden volunteers.
The beautiful garden is open to the public on the last Saturday of every month.
To view the Museum Garden at other times, please get in contact to arrange a suitable date:
Carol Law, Vivacity Heritage Education and Learning Officer on 01733 864 700 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested in joining our budding team of garden volunteers? Please contact Carol Law on the above number.