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Milton Keynes Museum
Fantastically hands-on museum, featuring Victorian schoolroom, street of shops, connected earth gallery, awesome tearoom, and far too much more to fit here!
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24a Feb 17
Vintage design inspiration found today
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Milton Keynes Museum Feb 17
Not made it to the museum this week? We are open all weekend too - and the sun is shining. Bring the family and come have a fun time!
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Milton Keynes Museum Feb 17
Replying to @HxAxNxNxA @JumboHavoc
Hi Hannah, it's not free, but is brilliant value: adults £9, child £6, retired & unwaged £7. A family ticket (admitting two adults and up to four children) is £26, which will also give you FREE entry for the following 12 months when Gift Aid is given. Thanks
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Neil Spaghetti Feb 16
Another great visit to today - made even better by the engaging, informative and welcoming volunteers they have there. Cracking cream scone too 😍
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John Tilly Feb 11
Stony Stratford NR today, Lapwing, Green Winged Teal, Shoveler
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Old Milton Keynes Feb 14
Bob and Freda Wesley pose next to their Model T Ford bus at Olney Midland Road Station. These charming little vehicles, plied their trade between Newport Pagnell and Northampton, and among other places they served was Olney.
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Milton Keynes Museum Feb 13
Have you been to see us this ? There's still plenty of time to put that right! We're open daily 11am-4.30pm with fascinating history, fun science experiments and fabulous cakes on the menu (and that's only some of what's on offer). Call your friends and come over!
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Melanie Feb 10
Brilliant few hours really worth a visit if you are in the area. My little girl loved the communication room and using the 'old' (dial) phones ☎📞📱
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Laura - Milton Keynes Kids Feb 12
Want to avoid soft play hell?! We've found some cheap indoor alternatives for this freezing Feb half term. and make it on to my top value days out list
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Milton Keynes Museum Feb 13
Replying to @arronharden
Thanks for coming, we're pleased you enjoyed yourselves :)
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Arron Harden Feb 12
Thanks to all the volunteers at today, kids had a great day!
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miss wickerbasket Feb 13
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Milton Keynes Museum Feb 11
School's out - and we're open today and every day this week. Step back in time and walk our street of shops, send morse code, visit our Hall of Transport or get involved in science experiments. And lots, lots more. We open at 11am.
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Old Milton Keynes Feb 4
Time for a swift pint! Dinner time at Wolverton Works 1906.
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Milton Keynes Museum Feb 10
It's the weekend - take some time out and engage with history. We've got lots to see and lots of hands-on fun...and we have the best cakes too, when you get peckish. We'll be open 11am to 4.30pm today and tomorrow. (Don't forget, we'll be open all next week too, for half term!)
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Total MK Feb 8
It's#halfterm next week: Treat the kids (and yourselves) to a day with science experiments, and much more daily:
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Laura - Milton Keynes Kids Feb 7
It's here! The ultimate Milton Keynes Kids guide to CHEAP INDOOR days out for Feb half term that are NOT soft play. Wahoo! is our No.1 tip - such good value. We love the volunteers & hands-on exhibits. So lucky to have it in Milton Keynes
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DestinationMK Feb 5
A fantastic place to explore!
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Milton Keynes Museum Feb 4
This time next week it's half term - and we'll be open 11am-4.30pm daily to keep boredoms at bay - come and spend a day or two with us...Science experiments, children’s crafts and much more hands-on fun awaits
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Old Milton Keynes Feb 4
Sweet rationing ends! Queues outside Parris's Fenny Stratford Sweet Shop in Victoria Road (now a motorcycle sales shop) 1953.
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