Swalcliffe Barn

Set in beautiful countryside, six miles west of Banbury, with magnificent views of Swalcliffe, this barn is one of the finest 15th-century half-cruck barns in England.
It was constructed in 1401 for New College, Oxford.
It was acquired by the Oxfordshire Buildings Trust in 1990 and is used by Oxfordshire County Council's Museums Service to display agricultural and trade vehicles from the county.
The Friends of Swalcliffe Barn also stage an exhibition of Swalcliffe history.

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