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What travellers are saying

  • ndw78
    Newcastle upon Tyne, UK1,681 contributions
    I’ve been so many times to London and never been here but after watching the show I knew we had to go and we’re not disappointed. So easy to get too, get around and the amount to see is fantastic. So much history all in one place. We were there 5 hours and didn’t see it all. Mainly because it was the heatwave and we were all in need of a rest and shade but saw 90% of it. Definitely be back to see the rest. Go to the Crown Jewels 1st
    Written 13 August 2022
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  • JRMADA
    United States811 contributions
    This is one of our favorite bridges in the world. Go early in the morning before your visit to the Tower of London and enjoy the bridge. Going early allows nice pics without lots of tourist around and lots of traffic on the bridge. We got there around 7:30AM and I wish we have gotten then even earlier. There is a tour of the bridge one can take, so please consult their website for info.
    Written 12 August 2022
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  • clowncar33
    3 contributions
    It was a difficult hike as a person with mild hiking experience but persevering was worth it for the view!
    Written 10 August 2022
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  • Angela S
    1 contribution
    I had the amazing opportunity to take my 9 year old to his dream team stadium . He absolutely loves Man City and the guys at the Etihad stadium couldn’t of made it anymore special. Nothing was to much trouble. From the booking from Alison to the training ground tour by Ian F then the stadium tour by the other Ian. They all made my son feel
    Like a Man City VIP. We will definitely be back again I’m sure!
    Thankyou again for helping make Freddie’s day so so special he hasn’t stopped talking about it all week

    Highly recommend
    Written 12 August 2022
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  • Maria M
    Vienna, Virginia, United States67 contributions
    If Liverpool is your team, take the full tour of the stadium (not just the museum). You get to see so many things, including the locker rooms and the pitch both from above and at ground level. There is an audio unit provided and we learned so much as we walked around, looked at everything, and listened to the information on the audio tour. You don't get rushed and can take your time with every part. Don't forget to stop and ask the tour guides questions - some of them have stories to tell!
    Written 21 July 2022
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  • Susan A
    Glasgow, UK2 contributions
    Loved this place.....been going at least once a year since I was a toddler and have taken friends from all over the world as well as all of my nieces, nephew's and their little ones too. Great location next to Kelvingrove Park, bars, restaurants and of course Byres Road.
    Written 12 August 2022
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  • Jedward80
    1 contribution
    Fabulous tour of Birmingham back to backs, expertly given by Ross. National Trust have maintained these properties very well, whole experience was very informative and enjoyable.
    Written 12 August 2022
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  • Foillan
    Castletown, UK83 contributions
    Well worth a visit. A fascinating look into the history - sometimes very sad - of this amazing building, from its opening in 1846 to its closure in1996. Also displays British army vehicles from the times of the Troubles including a Wessex helicopter - very impressive!
    Written 10 August 2022
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  • brummie92
    Knaresborough, UK25 contributions
    Great for kids and old kds ! do not miss seeing the Bullet train.....and simulator of fastest UK train run.......plus large model railway setup........and an old Royal Train.........+ Stephensons Rocket ETC ETC........plus good scones and tea !!
    Written 13 August 2022
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  • Asya P
    12 contributions
    The museum is really interesting, especially the part about Churchill's life. Definitely a learning experience. The only problem is that it's very crowded. Maybe choose the time for the visit wisely?
    Written 12 August 2022
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  • Robin A
    Bristol, UK7 contributions
    Great experience for my daughter. Staff were engaging, especially Brunel himself. Educational but can also keep kids entertained at various levels. Very interesting for adults to. They have done a great job of bringing the ship to life. Only watch out could be that it may be uncomfortable on a very very hot day inside the ship and dry dock.
    Written 13 August 2022
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  • katie c
    Crewe, UK147 contributions
    First visit to Oxford and wanted to visit museum as enjoyed the one in London . We all really enjoyed the visit lots to see and very interesting . The only negative was it was very hot there were fans on around the museum but still a bit uncomfortable . Would definitely recommend a visit if your in Oxford but would be better on a cooler day .
    Written 8 August 2022
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  • Rugbynugget
    Nottingham, UK286 contributions
    This free to visit museum is everything you want for a day out. Advisable to book entry beforehand, there is a car park next door although this is a little expensive. Very friendly and welcoming staff to guide you. There are 3 floors of exhibits to view. We went on a day that had events on, sword fighting and horse events. These were amazing to watch and very entertaining. I would allow at least 2 hours to see everything. Accessible for people with disabilities. There is an on site cafe and shop. This attraction may be free but I'd recommend making a donation which you can do inside the museum. Great day out
    Written 7 August 2022
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  • David H
    Bury, UK1,559 contributions
    I dont really know what we were expecting here, but what we did experience was an amazing tour back to a bygone age. There were plenty of rooms to view, and experts to advise, on how previous Kings and Queens spent time here away from London.
    Written 6 August 2022
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  • Julie F
    Stoke-on-Trent, UK2 contributions
    An excellent free museum with very interesting buildings in a well-laid out area,including woodland. Good cafes, gift shop and facilities too. Excellent play area for children.
    Written 9 August 2022
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