Due to work, had not visited, since 2002. Whilst much looked just the same, there has been a lot of change as well. There are vast distances to traverse, so the free trams / busses, were well appreciated. The Town has grown, as many new buildings have opened since 2002, notably the Masonic hall & the Bank. Their entrance ticket, allows you to visit as often as you want, within a year, which is great, as there is so much to see and do, one can not hope to do everything in one visit. We have been back once already, and now we have more free time, will visit many more times, and take our family. Their are several cafe's around the site, of which we have patronised the one at the entrance, and The British Restaurant, which we think is based on the ones that were around in WW2, to provide good meals, off the ration. Some attractions, sell food & drink at high prices, but theirs are very reasonable.