The Heritage Park - Pitstone Green Museum
Latest news update – The museum is planning to reopen to the public on Sunday 27th June.
With the government restrictions being continued beyond Monday 21st June, the museum will be implementing safety requirements and procedures to protect visitors and museum staff.
These include, but are not necessarily limited to: -
Pitstone & Ivinghoe Museum Society (PIMS) members are reminded that membership cards will need to be shown to gain normal entry to the Museum.
Thank you in advance for your support and patience. Please keep an eye on this website for the latest news.
Our Open Days are currently intended to be:-
The Heritage Park, Pitstone Green Museum, is a fascinating blend of attractions from the past, based in the once redundant buildings of an old Victorian farm. Nestling in the shadow of Ivinghoe Beacon, it captures the spirit of a bygone age when life was harder but slower than it is today.
We have more than forty different locations including displays. On our open days, several locations have a volunteer on hand to demonstrate or just answer your questions.
Entertainment varies during the season and may include: -
|• Military Vehicles||• Vintage Cars||• Country Dancing|
|• Traction Engine||• Hand bell Ringers||• Morris Dancers|
Our regular attractions are: -
|• Pottery Demonstrations||• Avro Lancaster Cockpit||• Tractor Rides to Windmill|
|• Crossley Gas Engine||• Barn & Stationary Engines||• Working Model Railways|
|• Working Rack Saw||• Lace Makers||• Craft Stalls|
On our published open days Catering provides hot snacks to order, assorted sandwiches, hot and cold drinks and a variety of cakes.