Many of these were relocated to the Museum in the 1960s and 70s, including the largest, a stunning thatched Manor House from Harome. With colossal crucks rising to the ceiling, it would have made an impressive location for the region’s Court Leets.
Make your way to our atmospheric Roundhouse, constructed to represent an Iron Age dwelling.
Explore at your leisure:
- Traditional workshops of the blacksmith, cobbler, wheelwright, tinsmith, cooper, saddler and carpenter
- An Edwardian daylight photographic studio – the oldest in the country
- A Medieval crofter’s cottage, an 18th century thatched longhouse and a Victorian thatched cottage, washhouse and dairy
- A vintage chemist and nostalgic village store