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- You will not stop smiling 😊 what an absolutely fabulous interactive experience . Really informative and enjoyable afternoon spent in the company of these adorable animals. Really well organised.Thank you for making it so special for our granddaughter xxWritten 4 December 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We enjoyed an excellent day at the Christmas event at Waddesdon Manor. The Christmas market, the house and the light show were all very good. The parking and shuttle bus service worked well and the staff were very welcoming. We arrived at 11:30am and left at 5:30pm and although it was very cold, we had everything we needed. The food area was busy, but had every type of food. Well done Waddesdon.Written 4 December 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Cannot be more positive about this little gem. The no frills venue let's the delicious food do all the talking. The Sunday Roast is brilliant, the staff are lovely, go go go.Written 12 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A truly wonderful experience. It is not too big. The care they have for the animals is obvious. The staff are exceptional. The hospital is amazing. A nice range of local wildlife. Well worth a visit. They do fantastic, vital work.Written 24 October 2023
- We made our visit on a Halloween weekend and were very impressed with the scale of the site, its many facilities and the helpfulness and friendliness of the volunteers who run it. Special mention to Chris Taylor, who has been a volunteer for 50 years and who travels up from London most weekends, who gave us a personal tour of the refurbishment shed where a Modified Hall is being resurrected, and also showed us the narrow gauge and model railway layouts! The whole site is well worth a visit. There us plenty of free parking at this Registered charity and it would make a good day out for families with a cafe and its many attractions.Written 29 October 2023
- Good walking routes, well marked. They have a good cafe with plenty to choose from to warm you up after a walk in the wood. We walked on a wet December morning, so the paths were wet and muddy. There is plenty of parking, but it is pricey.Written 4 December 2023
- A very enjoyable three hours with the 7 yo looking at everything the museum has to offer. Roald Dahl gallery first. Excellent interactive galleries and a glass elevator. Loved the shadows generator, green screen, Imside of James’s peach and the Twits upside down room. Only open in bucks holidays-check before attending.
Rest of the museum also worth a look. You could go round quickly but as I say we lasted three hours so worth the journey to get their. A great dark room den of activities and a forces exhibition with tins of hands on activities. Take a picnic and avoid food. Panini was taken out of freezer and nuked in the microwave. Barely edible unfortunately.Written 8 August 2022
- Certainly one of my favourite places for a walk, the views are amazing, although it's on a hill the walk is really easy too.Written 7 June 2023
- Amazing views of the surrounding area. Cute village with a lovely pub. Slightly windy when we arrived but I could see sitting outside the pub on a nice sunny day enjoying the surrounding area.
The windmill was precisely that, a windmill.Written 14 October 2023
- Visited for first time recently after recommendation, purchased beer and gin, both very tasty and enjoyed by us and our guests, will certainly visit againWritten 5 June 2021
- Stopped in at the museum following the graduation ceremony. The volunteer staff were welcoming, friendly and knowledgable. The displays were well presented and interesting to see - even for a civvie!Written 11 September 2022
- We have been here several times - this time for a rehearsed reading of The Importance of being Ernest
Brilliant- heard every one of Wilde's witty lines for the first time despite having been in it and seen it several times.
Small intimate theatre, comfortable bench padded seats, good bar before and interval. Always a nice art exhibition to view in the interval. And you can get a sandwich if you haven't had supper.Written 17 February 2020
- I like David Bowie. I also like statues. If you also like David Bowie and statues, I would highly recommend the David Bowie statue.Written 3 September 2023
- If you want a brewery adventure - this is it. All beer effectionardo's welcome if you find it - you will be rewarded well. No signage from the road instead follow directions for Notley Tythe barn and don't worry about it looking like a private farm road. The large imposing gate will open electronically if you get REALLY close - or whizz behind another vehicle. There might be no cars but amzing views, or a steady stream of cars that are hoping they are in the right place for a wedding at the barn. Once you are past a stag on the hill on the left in the distance - look out for a mini industrial estate (like 5 to 10 small metal warehouse type buildings]. The one you are looking for is on the right hand side at the back and if you get close has a very small outdoor area with picnic tables. On entering - there's loads of tinned and bottled beer as well as beer on tap. Plus - if like us you are on the bike, something called a "growler" - now be careful when you google this one as it means a whole lot of different things (which explained the smile my fella had that I didnt get), but in beer world we found it means 3.5 pints in a flask that fits in a bike panier. Having had a decent tasting round of beers on tap - you are likely to want some more - here's how you can take home without wobbling. The growler is purchased, you can fill up with your favourite beer, then take home and pour away! We also joined the membership so have a funky T-shirt and will be looking to get our next picnic or weekend away complete with two growlers discounted......... More than a brewery, more of an education and great fun to find.Written 8 May 2023
- It's seen better days. The petting area was closed off, and the fox outside stank to high heaven. Also, there wasn't a proper footpath at the top so it was a bit of a quagmire. My youngest enjoyed the ride ones though. And the pond area is looking much nicer. Doubt we'll return.Written 8 September 2023
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