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Milton Keynes Museum, Wolverton

(4.7/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • What an absolute treasure! This museum to be honest doesn't look like a museum upon arrival, it looks like a small visitor centre but boy is it a museum or what?! It's an absolutely fascinating place ...  more »
  • This is an amazing local museum. Lots of hands on exhibits (although some are delicate so please do supervise your children). Love: making toast, hoops in the yard, water pump and well, telephone muse...  more »
  • Visited here at half term with my friend and her two small grandchildren. We had a lovely time. There were activities for the young children including toasting their own bread on an open fire which to...  more »
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  • We absolutely love visiting this museum! Although you pay to get in, if you gift aid your payment the ticket lasts for a year and is great value. There's an old house with a pianola and music boxes you can try out plus 3D viewers and many other treasures. There's an old school room with traditional desks, an old toy room, many of which are electronic and still working. There a working range on which children can toast bread. There's a street of old fashioned shops. There are working engines and farm machinery, plus a tram and other old vehicles. But my favourite has to be the telephone museum where methods of communication throughout the ages are demonstrated. You can use a morse code machine, a telegraph machine, call each other on a switchboard, ring novelty phone and see the first field and mobile telephones.
  • This is a wonderful trip down memory lane for adults and a fun, educational experience for children. Play the piano and organ, ring the school bell, cook toast on an open Aga. Explore the street of old shop displays. Buy sweets from the post office. Watch the water pump, operate the telephone exchange, visit the transport museum.
  • 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.
  • Wonderful history as it is. I would like to visit again after the proposed expansion.
  • Unexpectedly brilliant. From the Victorian parlour through the street of old shops (complete with toxic chemicals, once used as pharmaceuticals, in the locked cabinets!) to the massive hall of telephony, every aspect was thoughtfully and informatively designed and executed. Best: it's accessible, with as much as possible being there to touch and examine. A gem - kudos, guys.