Looking for a fun and informative day out for the whole family?
Nestled in the shadow of Ivinghoe Beacon, lies a hidden gem of an attraction just waiting to be explored.
The old Victorian Pitstone Green Farm which fell out of use as a working farm in the early 1970s, is now being run as a charity by a group of knowledgeable and enthusiastic volunteers from Pitstone and Ivinghoe Museum Society (PIMS).
The Museum has over 40 attractions from model railways to a Lancaster Bomber cockpit, from farm machinery to classic vehicles, from a huge working Rack Saw to a 28l gas engine and more.
Visitors can also get hands on and try lacemaking and pottery, or take an adventure on a tractor to Pitstone Windmill.
The Museum is open to the public 9 times a year with approx 50 volunteers on hand to help, explain and educate visitors to get the most out of their day.
- Open the second Sunday of each month from Bank Holiday Mondays April to October
- Open rain or shine
- Refreshments on sale all day
- Craft and trade stalls
- Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome
- Free parking in the Orchards
- Wheelchair access to most of the main exhibits and disabled toilet facilities
- Fun for all ages and tastes
Address: Pitstone Green Museum, Vicarage Road, Pitstone, Leighton Buzzard, LU7 9EY
Tickets: Adult £9, Concessions (65+) £7, Child (5-16) £4, Family Tickets also available. Tickets are available at the door or can be purchased online at www.pitstonemuseum.co.uk/. The Museum can also be opened at other times throughout the year for school trips and adult group visits by prior arrangement. Email email@example.com.
There really is something for everyone. Whatever you do, you will have a great day and will want to come back for more.