Exciting Learning Opportunities for All Ages

At the Weald & Downland Living Museum we offer countless exciting learning opportunities for students of all ages, and educational provision is key to our Museum mission.

Our beautiful site has rescued buildings that date from between c.950 to c.1910 and which provide opportunities for cross-curricular learning, from an Anglo-Saxon hall house to an Edwardian tin tabernacle church.

We were one of the first sites in the country to be awarded the Learning Outside the Classroom quality badge and, in 2017, were re-awarded the Sandford Award for Heritage Learning. We offer Museum-led workshops, which are closely linked to the National Curriculum, as well as teacher-led visits.

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Let us inspire your children in their learning – come to us or we can visit you in school. As well as our many workshops on offer we can provide walks, talks, demonstrations… or you may prefer to take the self-guided option.

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Enquiries welcome… initial enquiries from schools are often tentative, especially at the current time, and that’s absolutely no problem. We appreciate that circumstances change, and alterations to bookings can usually be accommodated at no extra cost.

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Museum-Led Workshops

Please click on the workshop image or title below for further details. On booking you will be sent full details. All workshops are for a maximum of 15 accompanied children and take 45 minutes (costing £28 per session) or 90 minutes (costing £56 per session).



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Onsite Visit


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