Old House Museum (Bakewell) Reviews
Newest Review: ... The work sheet has a clue to find them and then a box to tick when you have found it. As it happens my son didn't need the clue he was very good and finding it in each room himself. At one point he was so excited he found the rat he went back to the main desk to tell the gentleman who was rather amused by my son's excitement. I loved this touch from the museum and so did my son it kept him busy and he was a very happy boy. Once you have found the rat there is an interesting fact about rats and the house. What the museum has to offer: The old house looks beautiful from the outside and is as good inside too. The floors are a little ... more
Customer Old House Museum (Bakewell) Reviews (1)
by - written on 10/08/11 (Very useful, 89 readings)
Whilst on holiday in the peak District we visited the town of Bakewell. It was here we picked up a leaflet of the museum in the town, 'The old House museum'. The price of admission was my first draw as having two young boys three and a half and under I don't like to spend too much money on a museum because they might not get long there before they start playing up. The second was it did say in the leaflet it was children friendly with some toys and dressing up to do in one of their rooms. Problems: The initial problem with this lovely museum is there is only disabled parking up near the museum so you have to make the trek up the hill. It was a ... Read the complete review
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