Links to partners

Other experts in architecture and archaeology

Vernacular architecture groups

We work closely with neighbouring organisations that are active in vernacular architecture and archaeology:

Groups in other regions include:

Sites relating to specific building types:

  • Oast and Hop Kilns is a site by Patrick Grattan, it provides details of these building types from across the UK including their usage and varying design.

Bayleaf Farmhouse, Weald & Downland MuseumBayleaf farmstead was built in the early 15th century in the Low Weald at Chiddingstone, Kent. Now it is at the Weald & Downland Museum, Singleton, near Chichester.Weald & Downland Living Museum

We have longstanding links with the Weald and Downland Living Museum at Singleton, near Chichester. One of our founder members, Roy Armstrong, also pioneered the foundation of the Museum in the 1960s.

The Weald & Downland now contains many fine examples of buildings that of the dates, materials, techniques and craftsmanship that encompass all of the Group's interests.

It is a national centre of research and presentation of the interpretation of vernacular buildings.

Archaeology groups