5.55 ha (13.71 acres)

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The Museum of Rural Life is jointly run by the National Trust and National Museums Scotland. The property is home to a custom built museum, cafe and shop as well as a working 1950s farm covering '170 acres, including farmland, species-rich grassland and woodland'. Although there are three areas of woodland on the property, only the small woods surrounding the original farmhouse are currently accessible. The farmhouse is a pleasant half-mile walk (or bumpy tractor ride!) from the modern museum.