Our gardens and grounds are now open Saturdays, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. All tickets must be pre-booked online.
We would usually open every year daily between the end of March and October. However the Covid-19 emergency means we haven’t yet had the chance to open our doors to the public in 2020. As an independent museum and charity, we receive no government or local authority funding and have now lost all our regularRead More
Help record the sounds of the Chilterns Noise. Something which is all around us and we mostly tune into either when it is an annoying sound (someone else’s music on the train, fighter jets overhead, rush hour traffic) or when we want to tune out of the environment around us (by plugging into a podcastRead More
Chiltern Open Air Museum is part of the Colne Valley Regional Park. The area boasts beautiful walks and other beauty spots and places to visit. Alex Gaffney, PR and Communications Manager, at the Colne Valley Park Business Centre tells us about what the Regional Park has to offer. The Colne Valley Regional Park Forty-three squareRead More
Be a part of the new Chilterns Summer Festival in 2020 Our friends, The Chilterns Conservation Board, are running a new Heritage Lottery Funded project called Chalk, Cherries and Chairs Landscape Partnership. As part of this project they are running an exciting Chilterns Summer Festival in 2020, to help promote the Chilterns and its uniqueRead More