Due to the government guidance on social distancing, please be advised that we are only able to accommodate small groups at the moment.

If you'd like to visit The Stained Glass Museum as a group, please contact us in advance. Download Group Booking Form

Group Admission prices

For groups of children and young people please see our Learning page

As the main gallery is narrow, in order to protect the collection and enable you to have the best visit possible, we can only accommodate groups of 12 (maximum) at one time. We request that larger groups are split into smaller groups of up to 12. Entrance to the Stained Glass Museum can be staggered. If you are combining your visit with another attraction in Ely, such as Ely Cathedral, Ely Museum, or Oliver Cromwell House, groups can be split.

Guided Tours for Groups

  (c) Stained Glass Museum

Guided Tours for groups (maximum 12 persons in one group) are available via prior arrangement only, and can greatly enhance your visit to the Museum. Please note that additional tour fees apply. We aim to make your visit as enjoyable as possible by understanding your requirements and catering for your needs.

For more information, download our Group Booking Form and Group Visits Information

Group visit safeguarding information: Safeguarding

Download a Group Booking Form

What we offer

Friends of the Museum and Art Fund members go free
Groups are divided into small intimate tours
Optional guided tours(pre-booked only), Monday-Friday (tour fees apply)
Special Curatorial tours (pre-booked only), Monday-Friday led by the Curator and (where available) including the reserve collection (tour fees apply)
Unguided visits throughout the week

Make a day of it

The Museum is located inside Ely Cathedral and there is plenty to do in the building to fill a day’s itinerary. Nearby attractions include Ely Museum, Babylon Gallery and Oliver Cromwell’s House (all within walking distance). The Museum is also a 15 minute train ride, or 30 minutes drive from Cambridge, and can easily be combined with a visit to one of Cambridge’s many attractions.

Have a break
Although the museum does not have a café, Ely Cathedral’s Refectory Café is located within the building. The Almonry Restaurant located in the Cathedral grounds is also very close. There are a number of coffee shops and cafés in the city, within 5-10 minute walking distance.

School Visits

For enquiries please contact our Learning Officer by email or telephone 01353 660347


Photography is permitted in the main gallery for personal use only, providing that you adhere to the stipulations outlined in our Photography Policy.

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