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All reviews tea room school room fruit trees victorian kitchen well worth a visit outside seating area two floors centre of town entry fee family outing lovely coffee shop local history great place to visit little gem gift shop tea and cake run by volunteers
We spent a lovely morning here. My daughters loved the school room and had great fun playing schools.
The tea room is really nice and good value.
Lots of things to look at and things to do for the children.
A good value family outing.
The town hosts a magnificent folk Festival in early June each year and the streets are closed to traffic while huge crowds of both entertainers, spectators and Wimborne charity and community groups fill the entire town. Everywhere makes a special effort to entertain on this...More
Right in the centre of town is this Aladdin's cave of historical artefacts and information. Local history from the Roman invasion through to the Victorian era is covered in a range of galleries spread over two floors in this range of connected buildings.
Museum is very good but closing in Dec 2017 to be refurbished which will take one year to complete.
Try to get there asap before it closes for a long while. The garden is mature and very lovely .There is a small cafe with an...More
I came for the open day having never been. Stalls were laid out with their goods. There was a game for children which i didn't like and said so. It was smash the rat. Children were hitting a white handmade animal which to me looked...More
I visited on a very quiet afternoon. I can understand why it is quiet. The entrance fee £4.75 is exorbitant for what this is: a tired local museum with random exhibits. There seemed to be no unifying pattern in each room, just assortment of items....More