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I love coming here. I think it’s such a lovely place to visit!
I did work placement here years ago and I often look back on my time working there. But this isn’t the work review (although, it was fantastic!)
I think theirs a fair...More
Second time here, using our 12 month passes with my two boys ages 8 and 6. Lots to do, we saw stuff we hadn't seen last time. Fairground is always a hit and we walked up the inclined plane this time. The boys loved the...More
We enjoyed a great day out here. Lot's to do and see. Changed our money to spend in the shops, went to victorian school. Old fashioned fairgeound rides and much more. Only negative is cafe service was terribly slow although food delicious!
We’ve visited several times over the past 3 decades and always found something to delight and interest us.The shopkeepers,and other role players are knowledgable about their areas of responsibility be it mechanisms,shire horses ,banks ,chemists,schooling ,accommodation
The fair was operating on this visit and the...More
When we arrived at opening time the car park ticket machine was broken with no instructions where to get a ticket.
We queued up and bought our tickets and went through to watch the introductory film before entering the town. We went to use the...More
Date of experience: April 2019
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Ironbridge-Museum, Guest Relations Manager at Blists Hill Victorian Town, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago
Thank you for the review.
We were very concerned to read about your recent visit to Blists Hill Victorian Town as our visitors usually have such a wonderful experience and we are sorry that this was not the case for you when you visited and...More
Two of us visited and thoroughly enjoyed our day. Highlights were many, but the Ironworks and the shops stood out. Staff were generally brilliant, and well trained.
Best for me was the explanation of Wrought Iron making by a gentleman called "Phil" who brought the...More
A fantastic day out. Mid week did mean there were a couple of school groups there, but fairly easy to avoid them by heading in a different direction.
Loved the forge works, candle factory and especially the Fried Fish Purveyor. HAving old-looking money to use...More
We visited this very extensive property and had a good look around the various shops, houses etc. The actors/volunteers in costume were very informative , as were the tradespeople demonstrating their skills.
There were lots of visitors as the schools were on holiday so the...More
Lots to see and do.this place takes you back in time.
They a cafe at the front worth a visit and the fish and chip shop
The only thing is they so much to do and not a lot of time as time will go...More