Welcome to Soham Museum
Soham Museum is a living history museum project working towards premises. Established in 1998, Soham Museum is renowned for its dynamic outreach programme and excellent variety of local and social history talks, events and activities that are held at venues across Soham throughout the year. We hold a collection of over 4,000 items of local and social interest in trust for the community of Soham and run an active research programme focussing on our local history and aspects of life in the past on the East Cambridgeshire fen edge.
View of Red Lion Square from High St. View of Hall Street from Speed Lane Soham Grammar School into Clay Street
Soham Museum complies with current GDPR requirements. For full details of our Data Protection Policy please e-mail our administration team at museum.soham.org.uk. If you have any concerns about information published on this website please contact Soham Museum immediately. At the time of publishing all information contained herein was correct. Soham Museum is Registered Charity No. 1151345 and run solely by volunteers for the benefit of the people of Soham. Soham Museum has no connection with Soham Heritage and Tourism or representatives of the same. Soham Museum has a number of legitimate subgroups: Soham History Group, Friends of Soham Museum, Soham Local and Family History Group, and Archaeology Cambridgeshire East (ACE). Soham Museum works closely with Soham Community Archive and runs Soham Museum Coffee Mornings. Soham Museum regularly holds themed displays in Soham Library foyer (to the right of the main entrance) where you can find out more about our events and activities.