Father’s Day on Sunday 17 June is a great time to visit the Museum – all dads and grandads enter the Museum free of charge on this special day!
Visitors can watch and take part in a range of crafts, activities and demonstrations – please check this page for a full list of what’s on nearer the time.
The Museum is home to a fascinating collection of over 50 rescued rural buildings set in a beautiful 40-acre site within the South Downs National Park, where visitors can discover the stories of the people who lived and worked in them from Anglo-Saxon to Edwardian times. There is a lot to see including: homes and historic gardens, farm animals and farming heritage, crafts and trade workshops, beautiful woodland, pasture and wildflower meadows.
Information for visitors
The Museum’s waterside café will be open from 9.00am–4pm and is dog friendly. Why not enjoy breakfast, brunch or lunch at our waterside café? There are also plenty of outdoor picnic areas.
Dogs on leads are welcome and there is ample free parking. Visitors with disabilities are advised to see our accessibility page in advance of their visit.
All activities and talks are subject to change and some carry a small charge or request a donation.
For further information call 01243 811363 or email [email protected].