Public Open Day Tickets

Public Open Day

Saturday 20th April 2024. 10.00am – 4.00pm

Our first Public Open Day in 2024 will be on 20th April 2024. Our September 2023 Open Days were SOLD OUT weeks before the event, which was a huge success, so don’t leave it too long before you book your tickets for April!

The event will be open from 10am to 4pm, with free parking. Tickets are £20 for adults and children under 13 are free, with a maximum of two child tickets per adult ticket. Pre-booking is essential, and your email confirmation of your booking is your ticket. Please note that tickets will go on sale on our website on 1st December

Refreshments will be available to purchase all day, including Jan’s famous freshly-cooked bacon rolls, homemade sausage rolls and cakes, as well as tea, coffee, and soft drinks.

We will be rotating vehicles from our storage areas into the museum for display, so even if you have visited us before there will be something new to see!

20th April 2024 Public Open Day

Open: 10.00am – 4.00pm


Adults: £20.00

Under 13’s: Free

(Maximum 2 Under 13’s tickets per Adult ticket purchased)

Please NOTE:

Spaces are strictly limited and pre-booking online is essential.

No admission possible on the day without a ticket.

Thank you for purchasing a ticket to visit the Dunsfold Collection. To help make your visit as smooth and enjoyable as possible we have set out some information below.

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To gain entry on the day, each person will need to present their Ticket (confirmation email) for checking on arrival at the venue, either printed on paper or shown on the screen of your smartphone. Children under 13 are free but still need a Ticket. All children must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over. Each adult ticket is entitled to a maximum of two children’s tickets.

Please keep your Ticket safe and on you at all times.

Tickets are non-refundable.

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Parking is available on site and is free for ticket holders.

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Well behaved dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead at all times.

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You are advised that some areas of the museum site are outdoors and have uneven terrain. The inside of the museum building is also a living workshop so you must take care when moving around and only enter the permitted areas and obey any staff instructions. Please wear suitable clothing and footwear.

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You must not use photographic or recording equipment for commercial purposes without prior consent from us, either in advance of or at the beginning of your visit. If you do, you accept that we may destroy the media on which they are made or recorded.

As a condition of sale, Ticket holders consent to being photographed, filmed or sound recorded for press, radio, TV, video, DVD, webcast or other public broadcast as part of the audience or by security CCTV.

We accept no responsibility for your personal property.