Prehistoric Jaws  

A temporary exhibition with support from the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge.

Millions of years ago the land where Ely is now was covered by a shallow sunlit sea. The waters teamed with creatures, some related to animals that live today. Alongside sharks and squid and fish lived large reptiles with powerful jaws. Come to Ely Museum to discover what ate what and who was the fiercest predator of all.

The exhibition runs from 22nd July – 19th November 2023 and admission is included with a museum ticket or annual pass.

Alongside the exhibition, there will be a series of talks and events for the whole family to enjoy.