We’ve just spent an excellent day at the Chiltern Open Air Museum.
Its a place where local historic buildings are donated and scenes of old are recreated.
The highlight was the roundhouse, especially as there was a saxon themed guide who showed us how to light fire with some fungus.
Really good also to see a prefam complete with interior and fittings as well as the lambs and tollhouse from about a mile down the road.
The whole museum is a great day out and really brought to life with the people in the buildings ready to talk with us. It’s also great for leting you try stuff on – I’ve been a blacksmith and WW2 RAF pilot in the same day!
Website at: Chiltern open air museum