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Step inside the story of our social, retail and industrial heritage and imagine what life would have been like during the Victorian era and the 1930s as you explore the life size streets, buildings, shops and vehicles, all under one roof. Be...more
Hours Today: 10:00 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Churchill Way West | Leisure Park, Basingstoke RG22 6PL, England
All reviews sweet shop penny arcade all ages visited milestones cobbled streets slot machines trip down memory lane rainy day audio guide the pub post office ration book lego models step back in time under cover few hours special events
From your first step inside the door you are taken back- in time - times that everyone can remember no matter how oldor young they. I listen to others peoples comments as they view and I continually heard things like -- Dad had one of...More
museum was interesting but need to be aware that large groups of children do go which can make going around difficult. cafe was very poor very little choice of cakes for coffee time and small choice for lunch especially foe anyone with allergies. although the...More
Milestones has really nailed it for museum goers of all ages. This place has everything from vintage buses to antique amusement arcade and even an old pub.
Great place to chill out for a few hours; and under cover so suitable for all weather.
Looking for something to do indoors due to the weather and found this place. Cost £13 per adult and lasts for 12 months once you sign up. Found this to be an enjoyable afternoon to relax and walk around at the good old days that...More
What a grate place for kids and adults our grandson enjoyed the penny arcade and the sweet shop no surprise there. The cafe was clean and the food was good however, a pot off tea for two was not good at all, one tea bag...More
This little museum in Basingstoke is full of treasures of a bygone era. Suitable for young and old there is plenty to keep you accupied.
Parking is free as is the audio guide that will take you through the various streets, shops and buildings that...More
Personally I dont recall seeing any that would constitute a picnic area as such, however out side there is a huge green, with various picnic benches... From memory you can show your receipt to get back in (probably... More
Personally I dont recall seeing any that would constitute a picnic area as such, however out side there is a huge green, with various picnic benches... From memory you can show your receipt to get back in (probably best to double check that though)