Visit Manor Cottages for a true 1940's experience. You will meet ARP warden John Barnes and his family and find out what life on Manor Oaks Farm would have been like during World War Two including how they ate, lived and worked the land.
Whilst exploring you can try your hand at putting out an incendiary bomb, wash without electricity and children can dress up as an evacuee. Don’t worry we have a few full size outfits if the adults want to join in too!
On certain weekends you will hear stories of the Sheffield Blitz, see the ARP wardens extensive collection of WW2 artifacts including the bible that stopped a bullet and saved a soldiers life and have a go at 1940s craft for £1 in the exhibition room.
These activities vary so please check the events calendar for more details of each open day.
Our 2017 opening times are Sunday 22nd October and Sunday 19th November (when we will have our 'It's a 1940s Christmas' event and we are open from 11am - 4pm. The entry fee is £1 per adult, but if you have a season pass it is FREE.
So come on down in October and November for a true 1940's experience at the Manor Cottages at Sheffield Manor Lodge.