Chiltern Open Air Museum
Explore a working 19th century farmyard and a village with its green, cottages, forge and chapel. See the historic working farm. Attend reenactment events, theatrical events, or educational events.
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What makes it special
- See how a working farm carried on in previous centuries
- Attend a re-enactment event
30 March to 31 October 2019 - daily 10:00 to 17:00 (last admission 15:30)
Also for Halloween, and traditional Christmas early in December
Adult - £10.50
Concessions - £9.50
Children (4-16 years old) - £6.50
Family Ticket (1 Adults & 2 Children) - £22.00
Family Ticket (2 Adults & 1 Child) - £26.00
... and other combinations
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