The Village Church Farm

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The only open air museum in Lincolnshire, the Village Church Farm offers the chance for visitors to step back in time to a more simple age.

See Bob the Traction Engine paired with a Hornsby threshing drum; step inside Withern Cottage, a wonderful example of a Lincolnshire “mud and Stud” thatched cottage; explore the eighteenth century Farm House, Barn,Stables and Summer House, relax in the Tea Room Orchard and Gardens and much more...

Venue Type:

Museum, Historic house or home, Heritage site, Garden, parklands or rural site

Opening hours

10am-4pm Easter to 31st October

10am-3pm Nov - Easter (please check website for winter maintenance days)

Admission charges

ENTRY BY DONATION to the Village except for special events.

Getting there

From Lincoln A158 at traffic lights before Welcome Inn turn right on to Lincoln Road, then at Highwayman Pub turn right on to Queens Road then first left on to Church Road South.
From Boston A52 just past Taggs Caravan Site turn left on to Queens Road, then fist right on to Church Road South.
Town Bus stops at Highwayman Pub.

Collection details

Social History, Agriculture

Getting there

From Lincoln A158 at traffic lights before Welcome Inn turn right on to Lincoln Road, then at Highwayman Pub turn right on to Queens Road then first left on to Church Road South.
From Boston A52 just past Taggs Caravan Site turn left on to Queens Road, then fist right on to Church Road South.
Town Bus stops at Highwayman Pub.

The Village Church Farm
Church Road South
Skegness
Lincolnshire
PE25 2HF
England

Website

Social History Museum

churchfarmvillage.org.uk

E-mail

info@churchfarmvillage.org.uk

Telephone

01754 766658

Fax

01754 766658

All information is drawn from or provided by the venues themselves and every effort is made to ensure it is correct. Please remember to double check opening hours with the venue concerned before making a special visit.
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