Come and discover rescued rural buildings set in a beautiful landscape, which tell the stories of the men, women and children who lived and worked in them from Anglo-Saxon to Edwardian times.
Enjoy the Museum’s 40-acre site and visit our collection of historic buildings – we have 50 to explore. There is a regular programme of domestic and craft demonstrations, including cooking in our Tudor kitchen; blacksmithing in our Victorian smithy; plus seasonal demonstrations.
• Meet traditional breed farm animals
• Explore upstairs and downstairs in our buildings
• Learn how the watermill works
• Play in the bow top wagon and camp
• Try hands-on activities in the medieval house form Sole Street
• Clamber through our new woodland playground – opening summer 2017
Take a walk in the woods, bring the dog (we are dog friendly), visit our waterside café or enjoy your own picnic. See our what's on pages for upcoming events, half-term activities, outdoor theatre and much more!