A couple of weekends ago we had a wonderful day out at the Weald and Downland Museum in West Sussex. We've been several times before but took some friends who hadn't. It's a fascinating place where about 50 buildings from around the country dating from the 13th to the 19th century have been rescued from destruction, dismantled and reassembled here in their original form. Christmas is a great time to visit as some of the buildings have roaring fires, there are madrigal singers, roast chestnuts for sale etc. etc.
This 17th century barn was rescued from the village where I live (Lee-on-the-Solent).
Grain stores had to be raised from the ground to prevent mice from visiting.I love this little metal chair hanging in the forge.