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The Village Church Farm

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Cottage at The Village Church Farm in Skegness

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The Village Church Farm is Lincolnshire's only open air museum.

A collection of Lincolnshire buildings which include a Grade II Listed Georgian Farmhouse which is decorated and furnished to a Victorian era. This venue is tucked away in the heart of Skegness and provides a family friendly site with interactive activities which includes feeding the chickens, story telling, skittles, bug hunts, dressing up and don't forget to drop in and see “Bob” the Hornsby steam engine.

From May to September on the first Sunday of each month the “Victorian locals” take up residence in the buildings. Try your hand at making tiny horse shoes in the blacksmiths, rag rug making and visit the wood turners in their Bodger's hovel.

There is a family of tiny harvest mice on site too. Tour guides are available to take you round the site. Tea room, shop, free parking and open access for wheelchair users and buggies.

Dogs on leads are welcome. There is a drink for them outside the tea room.

Opening hours

School Holidays
Monday to Sunday 10:00 - 16:00

Term Time
Monday to Wednesday 10:00 - 16:00
Thursday: Closed 
Friday to Sunday 10:00 - 16:00

Location

Address

Church Road South,
Skegness,
Lincolnshire,
PE25 2HF,
England

Phone number

01754 766658

Pricing

Entry is free

Suggested donation for adults is £5.00 and for kids - £3.00

Entry on event dates is chargeable

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