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Chiltern Open Air Museum

Learn how people from the Chilterns used to live and work by exploring more than 30 rescued historic buildings including; an Iron Age roundhouse, 1940s prefab, Blacksmith’s forge, Victorian tollhouse, WWI and WWII Nissen huts and tin chapel, all nestled in 45 acres of woods and parkland.

The Museum has a historic working farm that’s home to chickens, goats, sheep, and cows and is run using traditional farming techniques and equipment.

For children there are plenty of opportunities to dress up, build models of the barns, play with historic toys and games and lots of space to run around and discover.

Admission: £10.50
Opening Times: 
30 March - 31 October.

Daily 10.00-17.00
Last admission 15.30.

Not valid on special fundraising events.

Getting There

Nearest Station: Chalfont & Latimer

Newland Park,
Gorelands Lane,
Chalfont St Giles.

Phone Number: +44 (0)1494 871117

Website: www.coam.org.uk

Disabled Access

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