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Museum
“Bletchley Park is one of the most historical and famous place that is just 15 min walk from us and we highly recommend our visitors to try to find the time to visit in their spare time. ”
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Museum
“A pretty place just the other side of the M1, it has locks, a museum, a pub and opportunities for a canal boat trip - a tranquil day out.”
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History Museum
“A great variety in one museum - from fossils to first World War with everything in between. An interesting building, trails for the kids and it's free. Then visit the aviary and the park cafe. A great afternoon out. ”
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Museum
“Kelmarsh Hall and Gardens is an elegant Palladian style country house with a prevailing history of the 20th century. Built in the 1730s, Kelmarsh hall was the beloved home to three families across two hundred and fifty years. Surrounding the hall are historic gardens, restored to evoke their early 20th century designs, with a unique walled garden at the heart. ”
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Museum
“The museum brings to life the history and ongoing development of computing for inspiration, education, learning and enjoyment. They conserve, restore, reconstruct, and give hands-on access to historic computers and related artefacts – with a particular focus on those which were the result of pioneering British ingenuity. Through their education programme, festivals, lectures, demonstrations and visitor activities, they set past and emerging technologies in the context of our rapidly developing information age to inspire future generations of computer scientists, engineers and inventors.”
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History Museum
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Museum
“This is Great Missenden's key family attraction and is well worth a visit during your stay. ”
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Museum
“Free entry. Discover animal specimens from all over the world here, from tiny beetles to huge bears. Lionel Walter Rothschild was a rich, eccentric and determined character who dedicated his life to the study of animals. His private collection formed the foundation of the Museum at Tring. Today it retains its unique Victorian character, including its original floor-to-ceiling, glass-fronted hardwood and iron cases. The 4,000 specimens on public display are still arranged in taxonomic order, classified into related groups, just as they were in Walter’s lifetime.”
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Museum
“Fantastic selection of boots and shoes reflecting Northampton's industrial heritage.”
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Museum
“MK Museum hosts regular family days and has a fabulous regular exhibition of the surprisingly long and varied history of MK and the surrounding area”
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Museum
“Surprising collection. Recommend Arts and Crafts furniture, prints and drawings. Excellent shop and cafe.”
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Museum
“Outstanding war time code breaking centre that changed the course of WWII. Steeped in history with its secret past.”
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Theme Park
“ Get up close and personal to fearsome dinosaurs and fantastic farmyard animals at Milton Keynes. Explore the Lost World of the Living Dinosaurs where we have unleashed more than 30 roaring dinosaurs across the park. Meet our 'living' pre-historic giants and after your Jurassic adventure stop by the farmyard to see all kinds of amazing animals. ”
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Museum
“Free museum with massive shoe collection, plus fine and decorative art and local heritage displays.”
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Art Gallery
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Art Gallery
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