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The Canal Museum at Stoke Bruerne

Step back in time at The Canal Museum, nestled in the heart of Stoke Bruerne village. The museum itself is housed in a historic corn mill which stands on the edge of the Grand Union Canal, at the end of a row of traditional canal cottages.

Photo of Canal Museum at Stoke Bruerne Canal Museum at Stoke Bruerne

North of the museum is Blisworth Tunnel where boat trips operate daily. Heading south there is a twin lock. One side is functional and the other side is dry, housing a historic boat hull.

The Friends of the Canal Museum maintain a historic working narrowboat called 'Sculptor'. She is moored outside the museum and available for trips.

Access Postcode: NN12 7SQ

Parking: Yes

 

Photo of Canal Museum at Stoke Bruernephoto of grand union towpath outside Step back in time at The Canal Museum nestled at the heart of Stoke Bruerne. The museum itself is housed in a historic corn mill at the end of a row of traditional canal cottages standing on the edge of the Grand Union

Photo of NB Sculptor at Canal Museum at Stoke Bruerne