Attraction in Peterborough

Flag Fen Bronze Age Centre
The Drove Way
Northey Road


PE6 7QJ | View map
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Flag Fen is one of the most important Bronze Age Sites in Europe and here you will have the opportunity to see 3,000 year old Bronze Age timbers in situ in the specially built Preservation Hall, along with a 60 metre wall painting. During the summer season, the archaeologists can often be seen at work uncovering the timbers in the Research Excavations.

Reconstructed Iron Age and Bronze Age Roundhouses, allow you to step back in the past and see how our Ancestors lived.

Take a peaceful walk round the Lake Side, perhaps taking the time out to feed the ducks. Or spend a while in the Roman Herb Garden, and take a seat and watch the world go by.

The Museum of the Bronze Age contains artefacts found on the site. The Visitor Centre has a café for light refreshments and a shop with gift ideas for all the family.


Months Open: All year (exc Xmas) 10am - 5pm
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Admission Price: Adults: £4.25
Children: £3
OAPs: £3.75
Gift Shop: Yes

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