Summer at the Farmland Museum: 1940s Week

Learn about 1940s life at the Farmland Museum. What was it like to live during this time? You can take a look in our 1940s cottage and village shop to find out, while also following a trail and cracking on with some arts
and crafts.

The week culminates with our Special World War II Re-enactment event – which you can find out more about here

Our newly refurbished cafe will be open serving a selection of hot and cold lunches, cakes, hot drinks… and our speciality – shortbread tractor biscuits! You can check out our new menu here

Each week of the summer holidays there will be a different theme with corresponding activities for children. All our tickets are annual passes allowing free repeat entry for 12 months! So you can come to as many activities as you like over the summer for no extra cost. (Annual Passes not valid for the WWII special event. Ticket terms and conditions can be found here

Please note, there will be an additional charge of £2 for some of the craft activities to cover the cost of materials.

You can find more information on opening times and admission charges here