Staying in the area and wondering what to do in the pouring rain. Wow what a find! We had a wonderful time. All the exhibits were in first class condition. Many of the mechanical organs were in full working order and were playing at various...更多
Wasn't sure what this would be like but totally blown away. The exhibition of steam engines and organs was excellent. The exhibits were presented really well and have been restored to a high standard and the Wurlitzer was brilliant. We decided to do the backstage...更多
My sister recommended Thursford but I wasn't quite sure what to expect. When you arrive in the huge carpark, you pass a few pretty shops and enter the building. There is an icecream parlour and cafe to the left and the shop in front of...更多
On an a damp overcast day being indoors with aged parents seemed like a good idea. Having found this attraction on Trip Advisor with lots of positive reviews we travelled about 30 miles to get there, and were not disappointed with what we found. Greeted...更多
Steam engine, organ museum.
A good activity for a rainy day as indoors.
A few interesting little gift shops.
If you time it right you get a performance from the WURLITZER organ which really is quite amazing that kept us intrigued for 30 mins.
Went here on a cold and wet Monday as it was an inside activity. Dad has difficulty walking so uses a mobility scooter which he was able to use inside which was great. There weren't many people around so we had plenty of space to...更多
We visited Thursford a few years ago, we paid an entrance fee and then everything was free. Now it's £5.50 to get in then it's £2.00 a ride. Unfortunately there was only one ride working, so children were disappointed. My Mother and Father in law...更多
We visited Thursford today & what an amazing day we had. Staff very pleasant, interesting items in the shops,. Very reasonable entrance fee (£5.50 per adult, under 16's are free). We listened to all of the Mechanical organs, 2 Wurlitzer shows, rode the Horse roundabout...更多