The Museum is set on a 45 acre site in the heart of the Chilterns, as well as a working historic farm we have both open pasture, and native woodlands . This allows for learning in a natural environment and is an ideal site for a variety of activities, from bushcraft to bug hunting.
We regularly work with uniformed organizations, youth groups, Young Archaeologist Club and others to create tailor made outdoor learning experiences. We are able to vary many of our workshops to meet your requirements. Browse our schools programme and contact us firstname.lastname@example.org with your wish list.
Learn about the outdoors and build your skills over the summer in our Bushcraft School. We are running a series of bushcraft sessions for 5 consecutive weeks during the Summer holidays. These sessions will run every Wednesday from 2pm – 4pm during the August school holidays and are aimed at children aged between 8 – 10 years. Places are limited and must be pre-booked book yours now.
In September 2017 the Museum will be launching it’s own orienteering course. The course will be available for schools, uniformed groups and general Museum visitors, if you would like to arrange a date for your group to take part in our orienteering course please contact Sarah on email@example.com
Launching in the summer of 2017 will be a special sensory trail around the Museum grounds. All visitors will be encouraged to explore the trail and engage with their senses. Download your Sensory Trail Map here
Visits outside Museum opening hours
Please be aware that an evening ticket rate applies if we keep the Museum open for you beyond 5pm. We also offer camping opportunities for youth groups please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
For further information on our learning opportunities please contact the Learning Team on email@example.com or telephone 01494 875 542.