Tudors: Perfumed Pomanders

Part of Bucks County Museum is a Tudor House. The Tudors weren’t always very hygienic and so Tudor life could be very whiffy! Tudors had…

The Iron Age: At home with the Celts

Bucks Back in Time Buckinghamshire has a number of Iron Age Hillforts along the line of the Chiltern Hills. Iron Age people lived on farmsteads…

Salt dough fossils

Create your own amazing fossils using our simple guide. Don't forget to upload photos of your creations using the hashtag #saltdoughfossils

Egg-box Garden

Create your own Egg-box garden and watch your seeds grow on your windowsill. Once clear of any frosts, normally by the end of April -…

Bovril Jar

This is a Bovril jar, it is one of 150,000 objects that make up Bucks County Museum’s collection. It is made of brown glass with…

Black History Month

BLACK HISTORY MONTH The Wedding Shoes by Ann Alphonse [envira-gallery id="5841"] When we were little my sister and I would love to get dad’s wedding…

A wonderful day celebrating Eid

On the 26th August 2019, Bucks County Museum opened its doors to host an Eid Fayre with scores of visitors enjoying arts and crafts, historical…

Robot Competition Winners Announced!

The 2 overall winners of our Robot competition have been chosen! We were thrilled to receive so many excellent entries for our Robot competition from…

LGBTrees

My name is Emma Prill; a local artist; a transgender woman and owner of the company 'Dresses and Pints'. Dresses and Pints is a place…