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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

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 Bruerne
Photo of NB Sculptor at Canal Museum at Stoke Bruerne

Last Edited: 03 May 2016

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