Not the best of starts with having to drive against the tide of veteran vehicles leaving their exhibition in the groundsearly. If there were directions to avoid this, they weren't obvious. Improved afterwards with good parking (though couldn't see how disabled visitors could park outside the house itself). Good tour with enthusiastic and knowledgeable guide (though my sister read somewhere that it only lasted 30 mins instead of the hour actually allowed for it). Large and interesting museum with many aspects of past country life - all wheelchair/pushchair-accessible too. Do hope nearby schools make use of it for visits. Even a maze and health-and-safety-compatible playground. Superb cafe with indoor and outdoor seating. Wonderful cakes!
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