13th – 14th October
Discover the fascinating traditions of our farming history. This popular annual harvest event provides a unique opportunity to explore the sights, sounds and smells of harvest past, with the Museum’s restored 1947 threshing machine working hard to process the year’s wheat crop – as long as the rain holds off!
Over the weekend the Museum’s Henton chapel will be home to a beautiful display of harvest produce, most of which has been grown in the Museum’s beautiful historic gardens.
There will be Folk music too! Hear traditional and modern Folk songs from The COAM Folk Collective on or around the village green.
Our Harvest event was featured in the Telegraph’s Best Harvest Festivals 2018
Please note that all activities are subject to change and weather.