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This place is really picturesque and well worth a visit.
There is a massive car park here with plenty of spaces for a picnic. A £2 voluntary donation is asked for the car park which when we put ours in the collection box made a...More
We had a return visit this year with family and friends.. After my friend read the book i lent him you still get the feeling of unknown which lets your imagination run away with you
I only have one criticism this year and thats the...More
Lovely place to spend, second time I have been but brought my dad who loved it. Took a while to research where the manor was. Would be even better if there was a path that took you to a safe place to see the manor....More
Only open at weekends and during August, I've been waiting to visit for years, but it was worth the effort. The site is carefully presented, with not too much manicuring but sufficient information to bring the situation to life. It's important for any of us...More
This visit to Tyneham was a truly moving experience. It is both poignant and beautiful. The history behind the village is thought provoking and haunting. It is truly reflective of the self sacrificing of the British, in that homes were lost and lives changed all...More
This is a really great place to spend the day, because you can park up all day for a reasonable donation. You can explore the remains of the village, learn a little of its wartime story, visit the church and grave yard. Walk down to...More
Yes, some of it. But it is a large site. You park and then walk. But u could just walk a short distance and see less. The paths are generally good. Pram and wheelchair accessible, but stoned not tar macadam.