This festival is a unique opportunity to celebrate spring in the beautiful setting of the Rural Life Living Museum, where visitors can experience a wide range of fun and exciting activities that celebrate spring and showcase the richness of the culture, heritage and natural beauty of the Surrey Hills.
Festival-goers of all ages can expect a wide range of activities, including traditional country crafts, live music, art demonstrations, local food vendors, and outdoor woodland activities.
Between the activities and demos, enjoy our wide variety of food and drink from the Surrey Hills, so treat yourself to a wood-fired pizza, Turkish street food, a delicious homemade pastry, a glass of wine from the Surrey Hills or a Silent Pool gin and tonic!
The Surrey Hills are home to an incredible community of unique and authentic artisans who keep both traditional as well as modern artisan skills alive. They are not only passionate about their craft, but they are also excited to share their knowledge, skills and products with a wider audience. Come and meet a wide variety of local artisans and browse their stalls to find those one-of-a-kind items, gifts, handmade crafts and other unique items.
Surrey Hills Spring Festival is run by Surrey Hills Enterprises CIC in partnership with The Rural Life Living Museum in Tilford
Surrey Hills Enterprises works with local businesses to support the rural economy and to promote, protect and enhance the beautiful Surrey Hills. Find out more and become a Business Member of Surrey Hills and benefit from all the connections, marketing and Member support.
Discover the best of the Surrey Hills and the local food, drink, arts and crafts, pubs, cafes and places to explore:
The Rural Life Living Museum is an open-air museum and visitor attraction which collects and preserves objects associated with farming and goods used by local craftsmen circa 1750-1960. Many aspects of village and rural life are displayed recalling a way of life once common to the local people.
The museum is distributed over ten acres of field, woodland and barns. The programme of events offers the perfect way to experience the museum as volunteers set about to bring the museum alive by educating and entertaining visitors with crafts, demonstrations and hands-on activities.
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Free Parking on site.
Friendly dogs welcome on leads.
Adult Advance Online ticket £10.00 (up to 12 noon on Friday 24th March)
Adult Ticket: £12.50
Children under 16: FREE
Accompanying Carers: FREE
Group Bookings For group bookings of 15 or more please contact email@example.com £12.50 on the gate or online after 12 noon on Friday 24th March.
Ticket price includes entry to the Rural life Living Museum
Payment method: We accept payment by debit / credit card
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