Church Farmhouse Museum

Church Farmhouse Museum Church Farmhouse Museum was in a Grade II* listed 17th century farmhouse in Hendon, in the London Borough of Barnet – the oldest surviving dwelling in Hendon.The museum had two period rooms, a period kitchen and scullery, two exhibition spaces and a large garden with pond.

The building is a two-storey, red brick farmhouse with three gables and centrally placed chimney stacks. It is typical of 17th-century Middlesex vernacular architecture. A blue plaque commemorates Mark Lemon.Barnet Council, in an act of cultural vandalism in an attempt to save money, and despite local opposition, voted to withdraw funding from Church Farmhouse Museum, as well as Barnet Museum, fro

The building is a two-storey, red brick farmhouse with three gables and centrally placed chimney stacks. It is typical of 17th-century Middlesex vernacular architecture. A blue plaque commemorates Mark Lemon.Barnet Council, in an act of cultural vandalism in an attempt to save money, and despite local opposition, voted to withdraw funding from Church Farmhouse Museum, as well as Barnet Museum, fro

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