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  • paul
    Taplow, UK1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We took our 4 year old grand daughter here for the day during this Easter holidays. Fantastic day . She loved the outside play park, the tractor ride, the water play area and of course the animals outside but we couldn’t get her away from the indoor slides and climbing adventure apart from when we took her to feed the animals and see the piglets . We had a great time too being with her and enjoying just a fantastic place. Although the weather wasn’t great still loads to do - on a nice summers day we could spend from opening to closing and still not get bored.
    Written 19 April 2024
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  • Sightsee62673
    1 contribution
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Although we enjoyed our visit it was the buggy back to the car park that stopped me giving an excellent rating. We left the cafe at 5 pm, got to the buggy stop and a notice directed us back to the cafe to request transport, only to be told the driver went off duty at 4.30! There was no indication of this at the buggy stop otherwise we would have made sure we were back in time. I would suggest clear signage to make visitors aware that the buggy stops before the Manor is closed.
    Written 15 May 2024
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  • James Hearn
    Oxford, UK13 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    An historically interesting place with some engaging tales and information pieces, all set within centuries-old man-mad caves. Worth a visit and much more accessible price wise if you are a national trust member (£7 per ticket), however it is essentially just what it says on the tin; don’t expect something crazy. A nice little cafe outside the caves and a charming English village right next door.
    Written 7 April 2023
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  • Holy_Holly_Day_
    Leeds, UK124 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Our son and family live close by and so a visit to the Rye and the play areas becomes a daily visit when we come to stay
    Written 30 June 2023
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  • Annie
    Tidworth, UK1,813 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    We visited and watched a vision of Elvis - a really good performance and a really nice theatre. There are lifts or stairs to the upper circle. We had a drink at the bar and brought some popcorn. Everyone working here was friendly and helpful.
    Written 6 March 2023
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  • keith h
    Chesham, UK1,173 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Wycombe Museum , also known as The Chair Museum , although the chairs are only a component of a much more varied experience.
    Very attractive flint building once known as Castle Hill House & situated on a leafy road in High Wycombe. Very pleasant garden , mostly to the front with lawns , beds , shrubberies & trees.
    Not only does the house contain historical exhibits from High Wycombe & the surrounding villages & towns. Also , there is a decent cafe & shop & a barn to the rear.
    Apart from being a museum , the site hosts Wedding events & provides educational courses & activities.
    Entrance is free , as is parking which is limited. We arrived shortly after opening time & not only was the little car park full but also cars were parked up on mud either side of the drive.
    There is plenty of street parking , all chargeable & the tariff varies according to street , day & time of day. Cost us £4 : 05 for 6 hrs which isn't bad , I guess.
    Surprisingly , it is only 5 minutes walk downhill to Cornmarket so we were able to get full value for our fee by breaking off at the museum for a pub lunch in Cornmarket.
    The ground floor contains the cafe , toilets & the old kitchen with apposite information & examples of old , relevant implements .
    One other room with further exhibits.
    Much more to see upstairs with several rooms housing various artefacts , chairs & paintings.
    There is a cinema room where you can select various clips of varying duration.
    All in all , well worth a visit.
    There is a steep , wooded mound to one side of the house which has given conjecture to it being a motte but there is no definite proof of this.
    You can ascend the mound via rustic stairs & descend the other side.
    Written 6 May 2023
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  • Molly C
    Oxford, UK5 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Had a fantastic time with my dad; spent a good couple of hours there. Robert was very knowledgeable and gave a wonderful interactive talk. Must go back and have another visit as there’s so much to see! Great value for money; easy to access.
    Written 27 February 2024
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  • RIchard035
    Northwood, UK1,257 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    West Wycombe house is a National Trust property with an interesting house with a few rooms you can visit and scenic gardens and a lake offering pleasant walks.
    Written 19 January 2024
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  • Tim H
    2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    I was given a chance to play on this ground, I had not played for 8 years and came in 4-46. After a brilliant knock fatigue started to kick in and I got myself out in 96.

    Loved the ground
    And when you see all the names up in cottage it was brilliant feeling to know all my crickets heros has played on this ground.
    Written 2 February 2019
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  • sheepygold
    london5,335 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    I remember coming some years ago and climbing up the tower for a modest fee to get amazing views. The church is now apparently only open for concerts and luckily they were setting up today so we had a glimpse at the amazing plasterwork on the ceiling.
    Written 21 September 2022
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  • Holy_Holly_Day_
    Leeds, UK124 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    There sure is a friendly community within this awesome building.

    Services are open and inclusive for all and the historic building is well worth an explore
    Written 30 June 2023
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  • Emily
    Penzance, UK9 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    A lot of history! Also sits on a leyline so worth a trip with dowsing rods!
    Lovely walk and stunning views on a nice day....
    Written 4 April 2024
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