This is NOT a review of the ORNC but of the extremely disappointing WINTER TIME FESTIVAL held within its grounds. £15 each fit a walk round an area with over priced food and drink plus a glimpse of some skaters. The stalls were limited to...More
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It's many years since I have been to this museum and it has radically changed. It provides far less depth and is far more child friendly. it's pleasant to walk around but it no longer provides much for the expert. The Jutland exhibition was excellent.
Really good value for money tour. Headphones allow you to hear the interesting and knowledgeable guide. Lockers to leave your belongings while you walk up the 67 temporary steps to the false floor just a few feet from the painted ceiling. Chilly if the weather...More
As a local resident, I was offered the opportunity to book tickets ahead of the general sale as far back as summer. I looked in to it, and couldn't see what the £15 entrance fee actually got you. When the tickets were reduced to £10...More
It was immediately apparent that whoever organized this 1) does not have children and 2) has a large number of unpaid gambling debts. Adult tickets are £15 to access about 20 overpriced stalls (half of which were closed), a silent disco (where 1 dude from...More
I feel compelled to write a review as I was utterly disappointed with the event on 10th Dec. I was looking forward to the Christmas market and stalls, only about one third were open. The Father Christmas show was an absolute joke, all the children...More
Well. What can I say? Thoroughly enjoyed the occasion and felt it good value for the children and adult alike. The stands were great if a little pricey but all good quality stuff . The silent night disco was quiet. Now there’s a surprise !!...More
We went to the Winter Festival at the Old Royal Naval College (10 December 2017) and could not have felt more ripped off for our £16 entry (£82 total). It was an incredibly underwhelming experience, having had family come up to London for the day...More
This is an absolute disgrace. £15 per person entry and an extra £5 if you want to skate. For a screening of the Snowman. The shops and bar are expensive. Save yourself £15 and shop in the adjacent covered market area. This event is an...More
Amazing. You can look close enough to see the paintings very close. You're never disappointed. Go and see.