The Rural Life Centre
The Rural Life Centre is a museum of past village life covering the years from 1750 to 1960. It is set in over ten acres of garden and woodland and housed in purpose-built and reconstructed buildings including a chapel, village hall, cricket pavilion and schoolroom.
Displays show village crafts and trades such as wheelwrighting of which the centre‘s collection is probably the finest in the country. An historic village playground provides entertainment for children as does a preserved narrow gauge light railway which operates on Sundays.
Location: Three miles south of Farnham, Surrey, off the A287 midway between Frensham and Tilford
10 March - 31 October open Wednesday - Sunday plus Bank Holiday Mondays
10am - 5pm
Winter season: Wednesday - Sunday only
11am - 4pm
Child (5-16): £6
Family (2+2): £25
- Toilet WC
- Car parking
- Disabled access
- Baby changing area