As one of the older and larger new towns, Stevenage has a long investment in telling the story of the new towns, and the conflicts and opportunities it created and how this still impacts the town today.
Stevenage Museum tells the story of Stevenage from the Stone Age, to its development as the first New Town and to the present day.
The museum is underneath St. Andrew and St. George’s church on St George’s Way and is well signposted from the town centre for pedestrians.
Recommended parking is in the car parks on St. George’s Way opposite the museum. There is no free parking near the museum other than a disabled parking area on the Church forecourt in Cuttys Lane.