Did you know? Church Farm Village

Did you know will be a series of blogs based on historical buildings and areas in and around the Lincolnshire Coast..

The farmhouse at Church Farm Village gives you a glimpse of agricultural life in Skegness. Today you can visit Church Farm Village where you can explore the thatched 'mud and stud' farm labourer's cottage, marvel at Bob the traction engine and much more!

Church Farm Village was built in 1760 (making it the second oldest building in Skegness). Back then, the farmhouse was actually called Holly House, and the name of the farm wasn't changed to Church Farm until some time around 1890s, some one hundred and thirty years after it was built. In 1976, Church Farm Museum opened its doors for the very first time to the public.