A well-known Bucks museum featured in TV shows is holding a Tudor festival.

To celebrate the May Day, Chiltern Open Air Museum is welcoming visitors to experience authentic Tudor life on April 30 and May 1.

Held at its site in Newland Park in Chalfont St Giles, the festival boasts live Tudor music played by Myal Piper using Elizabethian instruments.

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The programme includes re-enactors firing cannons and early rifles, expert duellists showcasing their swordsmanship and archers with longbows, one of England’s most iconic weapon.

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Alongside the shows, festival guests can take part in celebratory Tudor dancing.

TV hits like Call the Midwife, Downton Abbey and Midsommer Murders were filmed at Chiltern Open Open Air Museum. 

Pre-booked tickets cost £14 (adults), £13 (concessions) and £8 for children while under 4s enter for free.