This is a completely moved and reconstructed village from England's past. Employees are dressed in period attire and very knowledgeable as to what tasks they would have performed during this era. They farm, cook, and have shops as they were in an earlier time of history. It is an outdoor museum of sorts where you may walk to or take an old trolley to different points of interest. Kids of all ages delight in how it-used-to-be. The main disappointment here was the very greasy and very over priced fish and chips. Also, places to grab a bite close earlier than you would expect. But, there are many nice little reasonable pubs to/from this attraction, and I'd suggest you eat at those.
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