Enjoy an entertaining and informative day out for the whole family at our Heritage Park. Sited in the buildings and surrounding orchards of Pitstone Green Farm built in the 1800s, nestling below Ivinghoe Beacon. It is owned by the National Trust but is run by volunteers of the Pitstone and Ivinghoe Museum Society on a non profit making basis.
Most exhibits are under cover. Attractions include artifacts from all aspects of rural life, farm machinery, 1940s room, craft fair, have a go Model Railway, Colin Cook collection, historic musical instruments, lace making, tractor rides over the fields to Pitstone windmill, blacksmiths shop, monster rack saw, Crossley gas engine, Wags Wharf, basket weaving, Victorian farm, cow shed, classic vehicles, lovely old barn, extensive orchards, Lancaster bomber cockpit and special displays.
During 2016 the Pitstone Heritage Park is holding open days on:
28 March (Easter Monday)
Refreshments on sale all day. Plenty of free parking. Dogs welcome. Admission charges £6 per adult and £2 per child. Bring a classic vehicle for the day and get in free. Opens 11am, closes 5pm. Wheelchair access to toilets and most of the site.
You can also get a group together and come for a private visit, £5 per head, min £60.
Venue: The Heritage Park, Pitstone Green Museum, Vicarage Road, LU7 9EY
Contact: Brenda Grace
Phone: 01582 605464