Church Farm Museum
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Church Farm Museum
Skegness is set around a
1760's farmhouse that is furnished for the
period 1900-1910 and the room settings are styled as if the inhabitants
have just stepped out for a moment. There are barns and other buildings, and
they have a steam engine and thrashing machine. They also have a number of
tractors and an exhibition of Victorian childhood.
|Demonstrations of baking in the farmhouse
kitchen, pus a blacksmith working in the forge. Also seasonal activities
throughout the year.
Probably not enough on this site to justify a
long trip to visit, but perhaps if you were in this area, or combining this with
other activities then this would be worth a visit. They don't have enough
volunteers to run everything they would like every day so if you want to know
what's likely to be on, or you want to see something specificthen call
Location: Church Farm Museum, Skegness,
Getting there: See map, near the centre of
Access: Free parking available, direct access
from car park
Other Useful Websites:
Road South, Skegness, Lincs
Open daily throughout
the summer season from 10am-5pm.
Charges: FREE ENTRY, except some special
events. parking is also free.
Other Location Pages:
List of Living
Living history museums introduction
Notes: Guide dogs only, no other dogs.
CIN Page Ref: church_farm_museum
Date Updated: 07/2008
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