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The Smithy is the village’s museum it is run by the Owston Ferry History Society it opens to the public on
The Smithy is as it sounds, an old Black smiths shop but this has been expanded, and it now has displays of village photos of the past and the present it holds the millennium photos of the village as well as old street seen with there modern counterparts, and a museum based around the village and village life.
The Smithy has also a large range of vintage hand tool and small implements use in the villages farming past. This year’s themed area is toys and games.
The entry fee is just £2.00 for Adults and 50p for Children and is well worth it
There is also a lot of local history including local family history and village history
The Smithy is also hosts to Father Christmas nearer Christmas time these dates are already on the calendar in the what’s on page.
To make bookings call Mr Clayphan (01427) 728361
Updated 15th June