Your Visit Visit the former Lord Protector's family home, the only residence still in existence other than Hampton Court Following a refurbishment, our House now boasts a completely re‑vamped Civil War Exhibition with impressive interactive displays and interpretations. There is also a new timeline and family tree to provide more engaging content about this complex man who killed a King but refused the crown.Visitors have the opportunity to try on costumes and try out the games of the time as well as truly experience what life was like on the battlefields during the English Civil War in our new mini encampment.We have also added a brand new audio tour for both adults and families – the handsets, included in the admission really bring the story of the impressive Oliver Cromwell House vividly to life. Opening times Opening Hours are Seasonal We are currently on: Winter Hours 1st November until 31st March* 11am until 4pm *Closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day Summer Hours 1st April until 31st October* 10am until 5pm *Includes Bank Holidays House Tours Tours take approx. 45 minutes. Last entry to the House is 45 minutes before closing. There is no need to pre-book. How to get here Group Tours Oliver Cromwell’s House offers a wide range of costumed guided tours for with our bank of trained guides. Tours can be arranged for any number of visitors. Find out more Function Room Why not consider booking the Tithe Office at Oliver Cromwell’s House. This atmospheric, 17th Century, oak panelled room, is perfect for a variety of meetings, away days, corporate or social functions. Find out more Gift Shop The House also doubles as the Tourist Information Centre and has a delightful gift shop full of gift ideas as well as souvenirs relating to Cromwell and the area. Find out more Admission Prices and Accessibility Adults £7.50 Child* (age 6-16) £5.20 Family Groups (2 adults and up to 3 children) £21.00 Under 6's* Free Group Tours Price varies depending on numbers in group. Get in touch for further information. Admission to the house includes an audio handset. We also operate a Residents Scheme, please enquire for more information.*All Children must be accomapanied by an Adult. Please note that on occasions, due to large group visits, there may be delays to public admissions and in exceptional circumstances, Oliver Cromwell’s House may be closed. Please contact us in advance if you have any concerns. Accessibility Our accessibility statement is designed to be as comprehensive as possible. However if there is information around access that is not within the statement, please contact us for clarification. How to find us Oliver Cromwell’s House29 St Mary’s StreetElyCambridgeshireCB7 4HF Find us on Google Directions By CarOliver Cromwell’s House, Ely is only 12 miles from Cambridge and is accessible via the A10 or A14. Unfortunately, Oliver Cromwell’s House has no parking facilities. Ely has a variety of free long stay and short stay car parks. Find out more here.By BusStagecoach offers a network of frequent and reliable buses, which provide excellent access to all parts of Ely with bus stops within walking distance of Oliver Cromwell’s House. For further information see here or for the Bus Timetable call 0871 200 2233.CoachFor groups visits by coach please refer to information provided here.By RailEly boasts direct connections to London King’s Cross, Norwich, Cambridge, the Midlands and Stansted Airport. Upon arrival it is then only a 15 minute walk to Oliver Cromwell’s House.Greater Anglia have the following valuable resource to plan your journey, view here.