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3 Apr - 6 Apr 2023Find out more
Victor was born on Friday 10 March 2023. He is a Limousin/Jersey cross. Meet him and our other new arrivals up at the farm this spring.
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Test your skills in our ever-popular play park, including a new musical arbour, basket swing and magnifying posts to help you get closer to nature.
With picnic tables and plenty of wide-open space, our play and picnic area is the perfect place to take a break during your visit.
Inspired by the wildlife often spotted around the museum site and the animal residents at our farm, willow artist Anna Cross has created a beautiful collection of willow sculptures for you to discover as you explore outdoors.Discover more
As a charity, we rely on your donations to care for our animals and our special landscape. Please donate today to support our work.
You can book to visit the museum free of charge with your pupils. The farm, agriculture, traditional farming, food chains, rural life and Scottish History – whatever your topic, come on a visit to find out more.Find out more
Plan your visit to the National Museum of Rural Life with our map to view online or print at home.Museum map