After a cold winter, spring has finally arrived and Chiltern Open Air Museum has re-opened its gates to the public again. The museum will be open from 10am until 5pm on Saturdays and Sundays throughout March and then Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays from April onwards and daily throughout Bucks school holidays. The Museum has an action packed season with over 25 re-enactments and special events including Medieval Jousting and an evening of opera.
Over Easter Bank Holiday weekend, you can see the spring Oxford Down lambs born in the Museum’s Victorian lambing fold alongside the traditional shepherd’s living van. Visit the 30 historic buildings and learn how ordinary people used to live from the Iron Age to the 1940s. Explore the large 45-acre site, say hello to the farm animals, see if you can spot the bluebells growing in the Museum’s woodland, and take part in Easter themed crafts and special Easter trail. You can pick up a family Annual Pass at just £50 for an adult and three children. Visit www.coam.org.uk for full details.