The Chiltern Open Air Museum reopens for the 2019 season this weekend with a living history event focused around World War I.
On Saturday, the museum marks English Tourism Week by officially opening its completed WWI Nissen hut to the public.
Over the weekend. costumed re-enactors will show the Tommies would relax on the home front and what weapons and kit they used when fighting.
Nurse and chaplain re-enactors will demonstrate how they supported the troops on the front line and back home.
Visitors can take part in a poppy trail and dress up in WWI officer and nurse costumes.
On Saturday, there will also be the opportunity to chat to the museum team about educational visits, group visits, experience days, weddings and events at the Museum.
The event is part of a Heritage Lottery Funded project to rebuild a WWI Nissen hut on the site to commemorate WWI in the Chilterns and to tell the stories of local war heroes.
The museum is open from 10am to 5pm on Saturday and Sunday and entry this weekend is by donation.