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- 5* rating for the tutor Roger. Was excellent and my 11 year old daughter loved her day with him, she didn’t want to leave. The only thing that was a let down was the kids lunch. Even though it was ordered at least 3 hours early, half the kids and their teacher had to wait 40 mins for their pizza which they then had to wolf down before the lesson began again.Written 1 October 2022
- Fab experience, thank you to Alex for her excellent instructing and for making sure we all had the best time! Defo recommendWritten 18 September 2022
- We had a lovely time in Bletchley Park on a sunny autumnal day. We took about 3.5 hours and still didn't see it all. The audio-guide is designed to be listened to outside each hut. There were benches to sit on and do so as you walk round, but if their management see this, I think there should be more benches installed.
There are a lot of interactive activities in the various huts, very interesting. We also paid (booked in advance) for the huge and lovely afternoon tea in the Mansion. Excellent tea!Written 2 October 2022
- Today I attended a MSP Sophos event which was extremely informative, the staff at the national museum of computing were really welcoming and helpful. Once the event had finished we done the 1940 escape room! Highly recommend doing it thoroughly enjoyed it and so did all the other guests would love to go back and do a different one!Written 23 August 2022
- Went to see Saturday night fever and it was outstanding. The music,dancing and atmosphere was as good as the West End. Seats were comfortable with plenty of leg room unlike the London theatres. Tickets were reasonably priced and we would have quite happily sat through another
performance in the evening. Absolutely brilliant.Written 10 September 2022
- We went as a group of six for the day, four adults and two children.
We did not camp so these comments are for the amusement park only.
Like many others I feel this park has probably had its day, it needs a lot of money invested or it needs closing.
I appreciate that in a post Brexit UK, any branch of the entertainment sector is suffering from staff shortages, but it was very noticeable here.
The whole site was dirty and litter strewn. Now this is down to members of the public not placing their rubbish in the bins, but the bins need emptying more than once a day. There was litter in areas not directly accessible to the public and it had obviously been left there for a number of dsys/weeks without any members of staff clearing it.
Food outlets were the usual burgers/hot dogs/pizzas, The main dining area at Lilliput Land castle was dark and gloomy, if it was supposed to be 'atmosphere' it didn't work.
Alternative choices like vegan/vegatarian/gluten free were very hard to find and the options poor.
A number of the rides were busy and a sign showing how long the wait would be would have helped us use our time better.
On the whole, we would not return.Written 3 September 2022
- Really impressed with Rosie and all the Formula Fast team who hosted our son’s 11th birthday party today. Excellent safety briefing and tuition to ensure all felt comfortable before going on the track, brilliant track that suited all levels, and great party room and food too. Couldn’t ask for more and all the children had a great time. Many thanks and can’t wait to come back!Written 24 September 2022
- You don't need to know anything about Amateur 'Ham' Radio to enjoy the National Radio Center. While I am a 'Ham' and may be a bit biased, having a little interest in technology and history you can learn quite a lot about international and emergency communications by non-commercial, private radio operators through the demonstrations given by the volunteers.
As an American visiting in Sept., 2022, I benefitted from the post-Pandemic ability to interact with the fellow members of the RSGB (I'm an American member of the Radio Society of Great Britain). Their knowledge and enthusiasm for Amateur Radio comes through loud and clear.
If you're visiting the Bletchly Park Musuem, do stop by the National Radio Center. If you're an Amateur Radio Operator, this is a 'bucket list' place to visit. Which is what I did.Written 14 September 2022
- Excellent venue with friendly and helpful staff. Plenty of parking. The club house and changing rooms are good.
The DMax karts are as close to real karting as it gets for arrive and drive events. They are fast, very fast. If you are not sure or if it's your first time or first time for a while book the 4 stroke Sodi karts. If you are already experienced in 4 stroke karting then book the DMax's, you are in for a treat.Written 26 September 2022
- Grandson loves the pillow bounce! 3x 20mins He loved the new ripe wire, lost count of rides, loved the peddle go carts, 2 x 15min rides. We went to pet corner, he loves the close contact with little furry friends. We both love all the animals, lovely walk around. The cafe is great but prices have increased a lot, as everywhere has but our picnic was great. The park area really great! Safe & well made. Entry cost is not too bad but those with less to spend will find more difficult to afford. I personally felt the ice creams & lollies pretty expensive, very high cost compared with supermarket prices £2.25 for one calypso ice lolly, a pack of 3 less than £3 at Tesco so £6.75 a lot for family with 3 kids. We as a family truly support thrift farm! been visiting for over 5yrs, happy to pay bit more to support community farm but would like to see bit less profit on commodities & sun flowers £1 per stalk a bit rich as very little cost to grow, M&S do for less. Love it though!Written 24 August 2022
- When I went here I was watching an Imagine Dragons concert. It was really good! I was in a great spot if we were watching a football match. Right in the middle and nice and low to the ground. But there was a whole nother floor to it! It was easy to get around everywhere and the seats weren't just plastic everywhere, there was padding on all the seats which made it way more comfy to sit on. Over all, great!Written 19 June 2022
- What an amazing experience and time that we all had!
Lots of fun, good laughs with some good people and the whole event is run very well.
Will be returning next year with my son.
The only thing I can say or could of wished for is a warm shower straight after. The water in the lake was freezing so to warm up under a warm shower would of been great. However, I’m not complaining, we had a fantastic time!
If you think you’re fit then this will test that thought!!!Written 25 September 2022
- A beautiful lake split across 2 sides, 5k in all. Pub on one side (Looks like a windmill without sails) and on the other Eat your heart out at Lakeshore cafe open Monday to Friday (in the business park bit) for drinks and snacks. It's a nice walk or bike ride. Swans, ducks and variety of other birds to see. Fishing spots also.Written 27 March 2022
- can be busy at weekends but route round the lake is a lovely walk, can cut through a more tree-filled part. Got toilets and a cafe, children's play area etc.Written 26 August 2022
- Stumbled across this beautiful spot so very close to the city when I was wandering around. Who knew Milton Keynes had this to offer. Well worth a visit to the pyramid to see the view
Just glorious.Written 1 August 2022
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