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My Portfolio of The Weald And Downland Living Museum

Main Galleries:

Bayleaf

Bayleaf Farmstead

Bayleaf Farmstead

Bayleaf Farmstead Hall

Bayleaf Farmstead Hall

Bayleaf Farmstead Bedroom

Bayleaf Farmstead Bedroom

Cowfold Barn

North Cray Medieval House

Poplar Cottage 2

Poplar Cottage

Poplar Cottage

Poplar Cottage

Walderton House

Walderton House

Wagon Shed and Granary

Cart Shed and Granary

Wagon Shed

Cart Shed

Titchfield Market

Weald and Downland Market Hall and Upper Hall

Crawley Hall

Weald and Downland Hall and Medieval House

Crawley Hall

Whittakers Cottages

Whittakers Cottages

About the Weald and Downland Museum

The Weald and Downland Living Museum (formerly known as the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum) is an open-air museum in Singleton, West Sussex, England, 7 miles north of Chichester, on the A286, and is a registered charity. The Museum covers 40 acres, with over 50 historic buildings dating from 950AD to the nineteenth century, along with gardens, farm animals, walks and a mill pond.

The buildings at the Museum were all threatened with destruction but were carefully dismantled, conserved and rebuilt in their original form at the Museum. These buildings, plus two archaeological reconstructions, help the Museum bring to life the homes, farmsteads and rural industries of the last 950 years. Many buildings situated there are over four hundred years old, and still stand strong. Along with the buildings, there are "hands-on" activities, like cooking, and weaving, and a number of yearly activities, including seasonal shows, historic gardens weekend and Tree Dressing.

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