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Milton Keynes Museum, Wolverton
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great museum in MK full of surprises and discoveries. Every room is different , so surprizing to discover all the different aspects of the life in MK in ancient times ( school, grocery, cooking, music... read more »
I had a look at the website and thought it would be a great place to take my 5 year old son, as they actively encourage interaction with the exhibits - perfect for him! It's very reasonably priced and... read more »
Fantastic. Definately worth a visit. Make sure you look in every building, turn every corner, look in every nook and cranny. There are things to see and do everywhere. Look at the map of the place and... read more »
There is so much of interest here - it's a really great day out. My daughter loves it. The telephone room is a particular favourite.
I have been three times now. Once as a couple,once with small children who loved it and yesterday with my 80+ mother who enjoyed it very much.It's a fantastic place with such friendly people (all volunteers) that are keen to explain about all the exhibits and it' a very 'hands on' museum. It is really worth a visit and I will be visiting again for the different open days and events they have throughout the year. The tea shop is excellent, very reasonably priced with home made cakes and sandwiches. I can't recommend it highly enough.
Awesome, lots to see and do, good value for money.
School holiday Kids loved it, so did the adults. The volunteers were great showing us how to play all the Victorian musical instruments. The air raid shelter and telephones particular hits.
We went on a rainy day during the school holidays and it still wasn't very busy. I wondered about the entry fee as other nearby town museums are free but it is a step above those, and I am completely happy with what we got for the money. The volunteers were all friendly, and they really encourage you to handle the exhibits - they freely admitted that some were broken by over-enthusiastic kids, but you can't really knock that! The gentleman in the communication room would get a special mention if he had a name badge on! It took us a couple of hours to get round the museum, with only a passing interest in most exhibits - if you have a particular interest in any exhibits, you'll be there much longer.
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