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The Canal Museum, Stoke Bruerne

The waterways story in the perfect canal village

Stoke Bruerne is a pretty canal village on the Grand Union Canal. The Canal Museum is housed in a beautiful old corn mill on the towpath and in the heart of the village.

The atmospheric mill is a sympathetic setting for displays about navvies and engineers, canal families and the changing fortunes of our waterways.

There is a museum audio guide that explains and brings to life the surrounding landscape. The Blissworth tunnel, locks, a turning point and a weighing machine all make this a particulary interesting visit.

The Museum Cafe is a popular pit stop and the perfect place to watch the world go by in this tranquil and historic setting.

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