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

Opening hours

Easter 10am -4pm

1st November onwards 11am - 3pm

Admission charges

ENTRY BY DONATION to the Village except for special events.

Collection details

Social History, Agriculture

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Hornsby T100

Vintage Agricultural and Steam Traction Weekend

  • 18 — 19 July 2015 10am-4pm

Hornsby T1300 steam traction plus vintage agricultural display of engines and vehicles

Suitable for

  • Any age


£10 per family, £5 adults £4 concessions


Viking & Saxon Weekend at the Village Church Farm

  • 1 — 2 August 2015 11am-4pm

WUFFA living history re-enactment will be at the Village Church Farm Skegness demonstrating living history. Stories, cooking, combat and more. Access to the museum areas, tea room and shop,

Suitable for

  • Any age


£10 per family, £4.50 per adult £3.50 concessions

The Village Church Farm
Church Road South
PE25 2HF

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Social History Museum



01754 766658


01754 766658

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