Pitstone Green Museum

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Set in the Buckinghamshire countryside and is housed in the buildings of a 1831 farm, the Museum offers a fascinating and inexpensive day out for the family with many interesting displays and artefacts to see. The museum is run by volunteers from the Pitstone & Ivinghoe Museum Society.

Although the museum is basically a Rural Life Museum with many exhibits relating to farming, country life, trades and professions within a 25 mile radius of Pitstone, it has many other interesting exhibits. These include two model railways, a 37 HP Crossley gas engine, stationary engines, vintage wirelesses, photographic and electrical apparatus and a WWII military aviation room. Highlight of this room is a full size reconstruction of a section of a wartime Avro Lancaster Bomber.

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Opening hours

11.00am to 5.00pm on all of our 8 open days:
Bank Holiday Mondays, second Sunday of June, July, August and September

Collection details

Archaeology, Archives, Land Transport, Social History

Pitstone Green Museum
Vicarage Road
Leighton Buzzard




01582 605464

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