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- We booked a session on a Friday when it was £5 after 3.30pm. Amazing value as it was open until 8. Lots to do and the staff were amazing! So friendly and lovely to see. I took my 2 youngest (7 and 3) and they loved feeding the animals, seeing the pigs and loving the indoor play area.
A lot to do and a nice venue. The team have worked hard to provide an affordable experience.Written 27 August 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The bonfire night itself wasn't as amazing as last year. The coordination between the songs played aand fireworks wasn't in sync like last year. Furthermore the fun was heavily dented by the rain and muddy conditions. The food stalls were excellent however no proper organisation or queue formation was in order.Written 6 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- PLEASE GIVE THIS PLACE FUNDING AND KEEP IT RUNNING! The Drifters show - amazing show. Lovely theatreThe theatre itself is fab, not too large but comfortably cosy. The theatre has comfortable seats and there would be a good view no matter which seats you booked. I rang the evening before to book last minute tickets for the vet next evening, they helped me pay over the phone, quickly and easily. Fabulous local theatre! Only fault, not enough ladies toilets!
PLEASE GIVE THIS PLACE FUNDING AND KEEP IT RUNNING!Written 6 June 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We didn't realise you had to book to get into the house so had to sauntered round the grounds instead. The two wall gardens are a delight, containing many mature herbaceous plants which shone a colour pallet even in late summer. I liked the way they plant flowers in the veg beds to confuse pests. The roses in the rose garden were finished and the ornamental "Orpheus" pond broken from a landslide.
We'll return another day to see what the house looks like inside ...Written 6 September 2023
- Historical and interesting visit in passing whilst out for a walk. A pleasant central village location with a couple of pubs.Written 9 January 2023
- We initially stopped at Geddington, just because we were on the look out for a village cafe with outside seating.Which we found there.
We then decided to view the Eleanor cross. It was there that we met the very knowledgeable and enthusiastic church guide Kam, who was kind enough to share his extensive knowledge of Geddington church with us. We had passed by Geddington church on the way to the historic houses in the area, but never realized that the church was such a gem and of national historic importance. It's Saxon age was a surprise, as were the with Saxon architectural features.It was also redesigned by the emanate Victorian architects of the day, but it's main draw is the many British kings and queens who walked though the wooden 11th century church door during the past. There is also a connection to the gun power plot as members of the Tresham family who lived at that time have memorials inside the church building.Even the church yard is of national historic important being the site of a royal lodge and with such features as the Saxon sun dial and the crusader oath marks on the masonry on the outside church walls. If you enjoy British history it really is worth a visit.Written 11 October 2020
- Visited today, new shops have appeared and staff informed us of new plans.
It seems The Yards is being revamped and even though the weather was not the best the place looked vibrant, clean and colourful.
The pub has been turned into a number of retail outlets and a new food area being planned for the outside!Written 15 February 2020
- The quixotic location of these beautiful monuments only adds to their attraction. Tucked away in a tiny village church, they take your breath away. They are a wonderful “story book” of the Montagu family once one of the most important and powerful in the land. The restoration of these stunning works has made them pristine so that the beauty of the work can be fully appreciated. Add to this that it’s free to go in and a friendly knowledgeable guide is around on open days, you have a great excursion. Check opening timesWritten 16 May 2019
- One of our very favourite places to take our dog for a walk, it's a great green space which anyone can enjoy......and it's free!!Written 11 October 2020
- Have been here twice to see comedy shows. What a great local treasure!
Friendly staff, we were surprised that the place was a working church but it works just fine as a venue.
you can buy drinks and snacks, the seating is good, all round would highly recommend a visit.Written 12 December 2021
- Ideal for a quiet country walk. It is worth noting that the car park is very small (but free) and there are no toilets on site.Written 7 February 2022
- Very interesting and well set out, a thoroughly interesting afternoon visit. Would recommend it to all ages.Written 14 March 2020
- A lovely village with some very interesting historical features, a great pub in The Star and a super cafe near the bridgeWritten 16 September 2023
- very good place to visit & peaceful the church as a window with a b 17 bomber that was used from the air field.Written 6 June 2019
- very nice building shape and interesting interior. Beautiful stained glass and relics of Saint Faustina are a great advantage of this church.Written 30 December 2019
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