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Staying overnight in Guines before getting ferry from Calais. Went for bike ride round town and spotted the Clock tower. Museum not open till afternoon so we went back. We weren't expecting much but was good fun, and learnt quite a lot too. The film...More
This is an ideal place to stop before catching the Calais ferry. Three children aged 9, 7 and 4 all found something to amuse them - from the brilliant dress ups throughout, to medieval games, the fun moving Viking ship to lots of facts about...More
We visited here late one afternoon as we were staying in Guines. It was an inexpensive admission fee. Think we paid €24 for 2 adults, 1 teen and 4 children. We were the only visitors at the time, the kids thought it would be boring...More
This is a great place on a rainy day with the family! We needed to find somewhere entertaining for a morning and this fulfilled the brief. The staff were very helpful and spoke good English. There was plenty for the children to do, medieval games...More
Well what a find! Are staying in Wimereux and it was a wet day today so decided to find something close by. I have 3 young girls (5, 3, and 13 months), so needed something fun and let them run off some energy and this...More
I had looked up Guines Tour d'Horloge, which was one of the top attractions in TA to take the grandchildren to. When we arrived we found it shut. The restaurant later told us that it did not open till 2pm, so after our lunch we...More
Called in here as part of a press trip to The area,great hands on experience,children and grown ups can dress up in period costume,wear armour and chain mail.
Simulated boat ride in Viking long boat and views from outside on top of the mound show...More