Church Farm Museum (Skegness) Reviews
Description:Address: Church Road South / Skegness / Lincolnshire / PE25 2HF / England / An open-air museum that will take you back to your forefathers day. Watch a baking demonstration in the farm house or take a gander through the barn buildings to appreciate the tools ... more
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