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Explore Stoke Bruerne

The Canal Museum, Stoke Bruerne is housed in a large restored corn mill on the Grand Union Canal.

The museum, the canal and the village, together offer a complete and rich experience of the fascinating world of canals, yesterday and today.

And the museum is a good starting point for any visit to Stoke Bruerne with its waterside café, well-stocked shop and helpful staff.

Plus - your museum admission entitles you to a FREE audio guide that helps bring alive the stories of canal life in the past.


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The Museum

Stoke Bruerne Village

A walk along the towpath

Museum Shop and Cafe

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  The museum and the narrowboat, Indian Chief.

  Boats in the lock at Stoke Bruerne.

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