Pitstone Green Museum

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Pitstone Green Museum: The museum is basically a Rural Life Museum with many exhibits relating to farming, country life, trades and professions within a 25 mile radiue of Pitstone, it has many other interesting exhibits, including two model railways, a 37 HP Crossley gas engine, stationary engines, vintage wirelesses, photograhic and electrical apparatus and a WWII military aviation room. Highlight of this room is a full size reconstruction of a section of a wartime Avro Lancaster Bomber

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Pitstone Green Farm Museum


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Pitstone Green Museum is situated just off the B489 which runs from Aston Clinton to Dunstable on the Bedfordshire/Buckinghamshire borders.
It is roughly 6 miles (9.6 km) West of Dunstable and 4 miles (6.4 km) East of Tring.
Entrance to the Museum is via Vicarage Road, approx 100 metres from the roundabout at the end of Marsworth Road, Pitstone and opposite the Village Hall and Village Green.


Opening Times:

Open between 11:00am - 17:00pm on the following days.

Easter Monday 13th April
May Day Bank Holiday Monday May 4th
Bank Holiday Monday 25th May
Sunday 14th June
Sunday 12th July
Sunday 9th August
Summer Bank Holiday 31st August
Sunday 13th September



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Address: Pitstone Green Farm, Pitstone, Bucks. LU7 9EY, UK

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