Head to the Weald & Downland Living Museum at Singleton to discover a fascinating collection of rescued buildings set in a beautiful landscape, which tell the stories of the people who lived and worked in them over 1,000 years ago in rural south east England.
Enjoy the Museum’s 40-acre site and visit its collection – there are over 50 buildings to explore, ranging from a replica Anglo-Saxon hall house to an Edwardian tin tabernacle church. There are currently three new exhibit buildings under construction: a Georgian dairy and an early 20th Century bakehouse (opening spring 2019), plus a late 18th century barn and stable.
Visitors can enjoy trade and craft demonstrations, including milling in the 17th century watermill, cooking in the Tudor kitchen, blacksmithing in the Victorian smithy, plus seasonal demonstrations and talks.
The Museum is home to traditional farm animals, including heavy horses, working oxen and Southdown sheep, plus chickens and geese. The Museum and its café are dog friendly.
The lucky winners will receive a family ticket which will include entry for two adults and three children.
Under 5s are free. Tickets valid for 12 months.
To book tickets and for more information please visit www.wealddown.co.uk