View towards the farmstead

The Museum is an open air museum. Access around the site is on rural surfaces; mainly rolled or loose chippings, which are in keeping with the nature of the site and buildings. Some paths are cobbled and their surfaces may cause difficulty for visitors who use a wheelchair or have impaired mobility.

The restaurant and the restrooms are fully accessible for all. The craft shops and some of the museum exhibits are accessible. The museum covers 15 hectares of hilly landscape and the museum exhibits of buildings, animals, gardens and fields are connected by gravel roads.

Informative signs

Informative signs with illustrations and text in English gives you access to information about the exhibits.


The main entrance has a slope. The entrance by the cycle path has a slight slope and is more accessible if you use a wheelchair or a heavy pram. The cycle path starts on the right side of the main entrance and overpasses the cycle path to the city.