Join us to find out more about the history of Winterbourne Medieval Barn. We’ll be serving tea in the Main Barn along with a talk about the sites heritage and a chance to look around the recently completed building works.
Winterbourne Medieval Barn, built in 1342, is a unique surviving example of a great medieval Barn built by a gentry family. Constructed using green timber methods, cutting edge technology for the time, it has been described as a magnificent example of the builders craft.
The Barn has undergone a year of transformation during which time it was closed to the public. Come and have a look around the recently completed building and renovation works and see the splendour of the Barn for yourself.
To make this event safe, we will be limiting numbers and following social distancing guidelines so please book in advance. We’re asking adults to wear a mask indoors. The format of the afternoon will be tea and coffee served with a talk in the Main Barn about its history, followed by time to look around the rest of the site.
We’re also sited next to Monks Pool Nature Reserve which makes the Barn an ideal starting point for exploring the local landscape.
£5 per person – including tea or coffee