Being in the neighbourhood we visited Flag Fen. It was well explained how people used to live in the prehistoric times and also the wooden fences who were conserved were very interesting. Unfortunately the museum lacks of any futher interesting objects ( if almost 5000 were found and only 5 exhibited, something must have gone wrong). So when in the... 更多
Our visit to Flag Fen was very disappointing. Many exhibits had been locked up, even more were broken and in need of repair. In all there was very little to see so our visit lasted no more than 20 minutes!
Entry cost £16 for oaps and a child only1 roundhouse now looking rundown and overgrown last years visit was good lots of activities going on for children, nothing advertised and nothing going on this year when we went apart from new must farm exhibition well done but small.after numerous other visits sorry to see it in this state.nice reception shop... 更多
Been a couple of times and it's one of the more expensive living history / archaeological sites but not one of the best, many others around that are more interesting / informative and simply more fun that are either free or cheaper then FF.
a very very interesting day out toa bronze age settlement for our bronze wedding anniversary! fantastically well restored beautiful site, well looked after and excellent information and visitors guides on the subject. well worth a visit
A superbly unique experience, not see anywhere else, of how our ancestors lived in such a setting surrounded by water. Everyone of all ages will enjoy and learn from visiting flag fen.
I went here when I was young so taking our son was a great day out. Weather was beautiful which made the scenary great. Area is small so good for young children . To be able to learn about bronze age history and local area excellent day. Close to city centre and other historical places - we saw other places... 更多
Having lived within about 40 minutes drive for many years and watched the BBC documentary recently on the Must Farm dig, we visited Flag Fen today (the Must Farm site has been returned to allow its owners to carry on business). A very knowledgeable and enthusiastic volunteer guide showed us around the 37 acre site for about 1.25 hours which... 更多
Flag Fen is a fascinating find of a prehistoric causeway across the boggy fen near Peterborough. There is a reconstructed roundhouse and the preserved causeway plus some recently discovered prehistoric boats from Must Farm quarry nearby that are being preserved. Plenty of finds on display in cases including the oldest wheel ever found in Britain. The visitor centre is nice... 更多