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Buy a gold pass and do all five museums 47.99 family of 4 teddy bear the best to all teddy lovers and even the teenages will be smiling so many bears to see great photo's we loved the hall of fame wall of bears two...More
At full price you’d feel short changed but more on that in a minute.
You go up some stairs and there are two themes running. Firstly some giant teddy bears who are the “family”, and then a collection of teddy bears which easily rivals most...More
It is massively over-priced: you ascend some stairs and basically roam around approximately 5 small rooms full of frankly bizarre and disordered displays of musty toys. I walked as slowly as possible and had seen everything in 20 minutes. Although some of it will stay...More
Some people have said this establishment is too small , to those people I say
It's a perfect place for young children to explore.
Each room is decorated and filled with items from bygone days , so interesting for adults too along with life size...More
We arrived and purchased the gold pass that grants entry into all 5 museums (although 2 of them are just upstairs and not really their own museum). Total cost for 2 adults and 5 children was £88!!!!!
All 5 museums were boring and severely lacking...More
Visited with my family on a holiday rainy day. If you love teddy bears then this is worth a visit. Great for learning the history of the teddy bear and my 8 year old enjoyed completing the facts sheet. Also a well stocked shop full...More
Underwhelmed, Not worth it as a stand-alone visit, only as part of the offer to visit all of The Dorchester museums.
The best I can say is ok for younger children.
This a “replica” of the ted that sold for......
This trip to Dorchester's Teddy Bear Museum was a delight. Life size bears....including The 3 Bears in Bed...plus other greatly loved Bears such as Paddington and Rupert were well show -cased in this unassuming museum. We went on a particularly sunny day expecting it to...More
If you like your teddy bears this is well worth a visit. Packed with bears from full size to the tiniest and laid out in a way that takes you through their story and how we regard them today. Kids and adults will love it.