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There is a list of things on and you get this at the gate. You are able to do whichever of these you want. There is plenty of places to have a picnic and the hay ride is great. The history of the buildings are...More
Its a fabulous place to take a step back in history, so much to see and do and a very affordable day out for all the family. You can picnic or BBQ or they have food shops onsite. Great for kids to participate in activities,...More
Our visit to The Village was amazing - exceptionally cheap entry and heaps to do and see - the little ones were kept busy all day - we did the animal food walk, the free walk with the gentleman guide telling us all about how...More
It was a lovely experience to look back on the 'olden day's ' with quite good reenactments, a lovely large picnic area as well as two food places that are quite cheap
Entry is only $5 for adults so a lovely cheap day out
What a fab place to take the kids or grand-kids for the day, and you do not need a second mortgage to pay for it. Highly recommended. Outdoor fun, history, animal feeding, tractor rides and all at affordable prices. Only hassle is that it is...More
Love this place, just 5 minutes past Windsor you can go back in time to the 1800's and enjoy the many cottages all with their own character and history, great for a family picnic or bbq, enjoy the tea or coffee with the local scons.
A collection of old 19th century buildings from the 1800’s and before, collected from around the area, run by a bunch of dedicated volunteers. It offers a look into life back then. Farming equipment, old fire engines horse drawn buggy’s old shops and stables is...More
One of those places you have to visit at least once. Reminds me of old school excursions. An education yet fun day out and a step back to the pioneer era. Volunteers dress to suit the theme of the village. Better to visit when there...More