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Based in an old Victorian farm, this museum offers a fascinating insight into rural life in a bygone age. There are more than forty different locations with displays to visit, many of which are interactive or will have a volunteer at hand to demonstrate and answer questions. Pottery and lace making workshops, tractor rides to Pitstone Windmill, working rack saws and gas engines, model trains and a Lancaster Bomber cockpit are among the many attractions on offer. The museum is only open to the public on 9 or 10 days each year, so be sure to check the website for opening times and plan your trip in advance.