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Weald and Downland Open Air Museum

Weald and Downland Open Air Museum


PO18 0EU

Tel:+44 (0) 1243 811363

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On A286 between Midhurst & Chichester. Discounted combined ticket on Stagecoach Coastline Bus. Plenty of free on-site parking available

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Situated in the heart of the South Downs National Park, this museum displays more than 45 rescued historic buildings from south-east England. The buildings range from medieval houses to a nineteenth-century schoolhouse and Victorian labourers cottages. There is a medieval farmstead complete with animals, several period gardens, a lakeside café, indoor and outdoor picnic areas, a working watermill, rural crafts, trade demonstrations and a working Tudor kitchen in an original Tudor service building. Shire horses and working cattle may be seen at seasonal tasks around the site. The first major timber gridshell building in Britain houses a conservation workshop and the Museum’s collection of rural artefacts."
Open daily until 23 Dec, plus daily 26 Dec - 1 Jan 2012 for 'A Sussex Christmas'. 10.30 - 6pm during British Summer Time, 10.30 - 4pm rest of the year."
A £9.50; C (4-15) £5.00, OAPs £8.50, family ticket (A2+C3) £26.00.


  • Disabled Access Disabled Access
  • Baby Changing Facilities Baby Changing Facilities
  • Café / Restaurant On Site Café / Restaurant On Site
  • Parking On Site Parking On Site