Weald and Downland Open Air Museum Chichester



Weald and Downland Open Air Museum Chichester Weald and Downland Open Air Museum
Singleton
Chichester
PO18 0EU
01243 811348



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Over 45 rescued historic buildings rebuilt in a beautiful setting in the South Downs National Park

For a fascinating day out, visit England’s leading Museum of historic buildings and traditional rural life. The Weald & Downland Open Air Museum near Chichester, West Sussex, is home to over 45 original buildings which have been rescued from destruction and rebuilt in the heart of the South Downs National Park, bringing to life the homes, farms and workplaces of the south east over the past 500 years. Exhibits include a medieval farmstead; a working 17th century watermill; exhibitions of traditional countryside skills; a Tudor kitchen, historic gardens, working Shire horses and cattle, plus rare breed farm animals. Special countryside events are held throughout the year.

Parking: Free car and coach parking


Pets: Dogs welcome, on a lead at all times.


Families: Children will love the wide open spaces, traditional breed farm animals and working Shire horses and cattle.


Disabled Facilities: All main areas of the Museum are accessible, however some areas of the site are not suitable for wheelchair users. Please ring 01243 811363 for further details.


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