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Hutton le Hole,
Tel: 01751 417 367.
Extensive collection of farm and craft tools used locally. A six acre open air museum includes craft workshops, Elizabethan glass furnace, farm carts and…
Tel: 01487 815 715.
Housed in 17th century farm buildings, collections include a wide variety of agricultural implements and tools used by local craftsmen, together with well…
Tel: 01299 250 416.
An Interesting collection of private carriages, carts, wagons and a gypsy caravans together with agricultural and domestic tools, etc.
Tel: 01252 795 571.
Collection of farm machinery, wagons, implements, and village life set in an Arboretum. Equipped and operational blacksmith’s forge and a wheelwright’s…
Tel: 01748 825 611.
There is a wide range of items on display with the emphasis on local and social history. Displays include artefacts from the Stone Age to the present day…
Tel: 01642 527 375.
Nestled alongside the River Tees, Preston Hall, a former Georgian gentleman’s residence and former home of industrial magnate Robert Ropner, houses a…
Tel: 01582 605 464.
Agricultural and local craft museum in original 1830s buildings including 17th century timbered barn. Exhibits include large Crossley gas engine, vintage…
Tel: 0300 123 6789.
1950s working farm with animals and farm experts on hand; an award-winning museum building telling the story of the Scottish countryside and its evolution.
Tel: 01780 782 254.
There’s something for everyone at Sacrewell, from an 18th century watermill, old farming equipment and Shire horses to rare breeds of farm animals, to…
Tel: 01539 722 464.
Includes Quadrocycle, 1912 Braithwaite motorcycle, two carts. Lakeland hay sledge, ploughs, seed cleaner, thresher, reaper, seed drills and collection…
South Downs Heritage Centre,
South Downs Nurseries, Brighton Road,
BN6 9LY .
Tel: 01273 847 707.
This new museum is devoted to vintage lawnmowers and old tools to do with the upkeep of gardening. The charity is dedicated to Edwin Beard Budding, a much…