A Cornish National Trust property will be the setting for an unusual trip back in time this weekend.
Cotehele House was built mainly between 1485 and 1627
Cotehele House in east Cornwall will play host to the Tudor re-enactment group, the Hungerford Household.
Its members will be taking over the property on Saturday and Sunday providing visitors with a glimpse into life in the county in the 16th Century.
There will be a chance to prepare food, make textiles and even have a go at peasant and court dances.
There will also be the opportunity to learn combat and defence moves from the Tudor era.
A variety of children's activities will be on offer, such as weaving and tassel making.
Cotehele's services manager, Charmian Saunders, said: "This will be the second year that Cotehele has held a Tudor living history event.
"Last year's event was held on a single day, but it proved so popular that we have extended it to a full weekend.
"This type of event really brings the history of Cotehele to life and proves to be a great way to tap into the imagination of both young and old."
The building, which is at St Dominick, near Saltash, is a medieval house with collections of textiles, armour and furniture.
It was built mainly between 1485 and 1627 and is at the heart of an extensive riverside estate.