This weekend I was determined to make the most of the gorgeous weather so yesterday the boyfriend and I visited the Weald & Downland Open Air Museum, which has been on my ‘places to visit’ list for ages, but as it's open air I’d been waiting for suitably nice weather! The museum consists of historic buildings rescued from across Sussex and the surrounding area along with farm animals, a lake and woodland walks - it’s like stepping back in time for the day. It was the perfect way to spend the afternoon, the highlights were exploring the medieval farm buildings, seeing working shire horses and the fact you could take dogs everywhere. ‘J’ the boyfriend’s dog got to see inside all the buildings and meet the farm animals – he loved it as much as I did!Hard at work
Medieval building, rescued from destruction
I'd quite happily live in this 19th century farm workers cottage, all it needs is a bit of fresh paint and broadband!
Also took the opportunity to inform the boyfriend that when we're 'older' we're getting chickens.
Stunning views over the South Downs!