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“The friendly, knowledgeable and enthusiastic tour takes the visitor from the school museum with worthwhile pupil and rugby memorabilia, past the rugby ground and England's oldest cricket pavilion, to the spectacul...”
“The Rugby School and Museum tour took almost 2:30h, our guide David was amazing, explained everything and told many fantastic histories about the place and about the origin of the game Rugby.”
“As well as the military museum, which is very well put together and fascinating to see, there is the special attraction of driving (under expert instruction) a genuine Army tank - all 17,5 tone of it, powered by a...”
“The lads who took us around were highly knowledgeable on the tanks we drove and made us feel very welcome.”
“Lovely little museum a huge collection of memorabilia of rugby and was lovely to see that this shop is still standing as it’s been there many years making rugby balls but now a lovely little museum thank you for a...”
“They took so many photos and bought a lot of memorabilia to take back with them and the staff were absolutely brilliant with them and gave them lots of information and a few little treats too!”