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An absolute gem just off of the High Street. The museum is great for adults and children alike. With it not being overly large you can take everything in without feeling rushed and still have time to enjoy a coffee and cake in the fab...More
Visited with a group of friends, entrance is free but the opportunity is there to give a suggested donation of £3. We spent about two hours looking around the playground, school rooms & shop. The classrooms are set in different ages & tells the story...More
Whilst visiting the Ropewalk in Barton we were recommended to visit the Wilderspin and were so engrossed in the exhibits and surroundings that we had to be reminded to pay our café bill at closing time. Beautifully appointed and presented reminder of days gone by,...More
After calling for coffee in our home town we were taken back in time as we walked around viewing the memorabilia. Not only was there names from our old school days but memories too, can you remember the spinning tops and the low school desks....More
Hands never heard of this place until recently despite living in Lincolnshire for over 20 years. It’s a little gem. Well presented and interesting for all age groups, the school canteen was also nicely laid out band I was sorry wed already eaten as the...More
Popped in here this morning while my daughter's were having their karate lesson at the nearby assembly rooms.
Waitresses were very welcoming. A lovely environment and very clean and cosy.
I had a vanilla latte with a fresh, homemade, warm sultana scone and my 3...More
As an ex-pupil of this school albeit in the 1970's not the 1870's I was very interested in having a look around and recalling my own school days experience. As is always the case when revisiting child hood buildings,my first impression was I remembered it...More
I visited here today with my sister and mother in law and our children ages ranging from 4 to 23,I have never been made to feel so unwelcome.Firstly we were quizzed about the size of our party then the lady proceeded to follow us round...More
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Ian W, General Manager at Wilderspin National School, responded to this reviewResponded 5 September 2017
I am really sorry to read your comment – it’s the first we’ve ever had like this, and so disheartening if we didn’t get things right. I will check thoroughly into what happened. Our museum depends on enthusiastic and well meaning volunteers who will be...More
Much belated reply (sorry) for future information - am only just getting to understand TripAdvisor! We are unable to accommodate dogs in the museum and coffee shop, except guide dogs, mainly because of restricted space... More
Much belated reply (sorry) for future information - am only just getting to understand TripAdvisor! We are unable to accommodate dogs in the museum and coffee shop, except guide dogs, mainly because of restricted space. There is space just outside where a dog can be left and where he/she can be kept an eye on by staff. There's water for them too. The dogs and the staff!