Milestones Museum (Basingstoke) Reviews
Description:Milestones - Hampshire's Living History Museum / Leisure Park / Churchill Way West / Basingstoke RG21 6YR. Milestones ... more
Newest Review: ... £7.50 per adult (a quick google found me 2 for 1 voucher for this) and under 5's were free,, a child costing £4.50 and a family of 4 ticket being £22. This was fair value for money I felt, we also purchased and old penny and sweet ration card for use in the museum, for 60p, more of which later. When you approach the museum through what appears to be a retail park it doesn't look very ... more
Customer Milestones Museum (Basingstoke) Reviews (1)
by - written on 11/02/09, updated on 12/02/09 (Very useful, 586 readings)
I visited this museum, which is a "living museum", recreating how life used to be, in early 2009 with my family. We had a great time, but even though I live less than an hour away no one I know seems to have heard of it! This is a great shame as I think it is a great museum to visit for a morning or afternoon, especially for children and families. As I went on a family visit, and also as there is another excellent and comprehensive review on the dooyoo website which details all the facilities and directions, I will focus on looking at the museum from the point of view of being a family trip. Before going and researching this aspect I couldn't ... Read the complete review
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