Norris Museum, St Ives
Norris Museum, St Ives
The Norris Museum in St. Ives tells the story of the no-longer extant county of Huntingdonshire. The museum was founded by native Herbert Norris, who bequeathed his collection of Huntingdonshire artefacts when he died in 1931.
The museum contains exhibitions of local art, as well as old photographs and memorabilia associated with Huntingdonshire. The museum gift shop offers a guidebook of the town of St. Ives.

Don't confuse this St. Ives with the larger town of the same name in Cornwall!

About Norris
Address: 41 The Broadway, St Ives, Cambridgeshire, England, PE27 5BX
Attraction Type: Museum
Location: off the B1040
Website: Norris
Phone: 01480 497314
Location map
OS: TL312 713
Photo Credit: David Ross and Britain Express

Best of Britain Express Art Prints


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