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Cuckooland Museum

The Old School House Chester Road | The Old School, Tabley WA16 0HL, England
+44 1565 633039
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Great place

WOW what a great place to visit. Roman and Maz the two brothers that own and run the museum where... read more

Reviewed 13 July 2017
Kazmo43
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Great Dunmow, United Kingdom
via mobile
Cantankerous brothers Piekarski - not friendly nor reliable

Avoid at all costs. If you ever do go to visit their den - make sure your kids are always with you... read more

Reviewed 8 June 2017
Uzersief
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Greater London, United Kingdom
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The Old School House Chester Road | The Old School, Tabley WA16 0HL, England
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+44 1565 633039
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Reviewed 13 July 2017 via mobile

WOW what a great place to visit. Roman and Maz the two brothers that own and run the museum where really interesting and welcoming. They restored my clock which looked beyond repair to amazing working condition. Will be going back to visit again.

Thank Kazmo43
Reviewed 8 June 2017

Avoid at all costs. If you ever do go to visit their den - make sure your kids are always with you and safe. Not the most trustworthy of old batchelors who live alone among many clocks. The Cuckooland museum also repair clocks but they...More

Thank Uzersief
Reviewed 14 November 2016

We were looking for an interesting outing and Cuckooland matched that requirement, so my husband went ahead and booked a visit. We were welcomed at the agreed time and clocks were set up and ready for our visit and I must say that it makes...More

1  Thank Majbritt A
Reviewed 13 October 2016

Searching for help in restoring our Victorian post mans clock we visited Cookooland. From the first moments on entering the grounds of The Old School we realised that this visit would be far more interesting than we had hoped for. We latched on to a...More

1  Thank Smiths_11
Reviewed 28 March 2016

We made an appointment to go and see Cuckooland as we have driven past it so many times we thought it was about time we dropped in. This is an important point. Due to the rural location and obvious security challenges that brings, visits have...More

1  Thank DrNefarious
Reviewed 15 November 2015 via mobile

My friends were amazed to see this incredible collection of over 700 cuckoo clocks all from the Black Forest! A great day out. Thanks

Thank TTThelwall
Reviewed 9 September 2015

17 Members and their friends visited Cuckooland where they were shown > the Museum Collection of between 500 and 700 cuckoo clocks. > > The collection has been brought together by brothers Roman and Maz > Piekarski who, as horologists and clock restorers, have sought...More

2  Thank woodcarversmith
Reviewed 5 August 2015

We went to Cuckooland with no expectations and, in truth, no particular interest in cuckoo clocks, and in the teeth of a couple of negative reviews. We were bowled over. Roman Piekarski and his brother showed us their amazing collection of clocks, no two the...More

Thank cliffgtaylor
Reviewed 27 July 2015 via mobile

We visited the museum and were given a very warm welcome by Roman who was to do our extensive tour. His knowledge and enthusiasm for the clocks is 2nd to none. We had the most amazing visit and didn't stop talking about it to our...More

Thank TTThelwall
Reviewed 8 July 2015

We visited Cuckooland after watching a TV programme about the Piekarski brothers and their vast collection of Cuckoo Clocks ! After booking an appointment ( because they have to prepare for visitors and wind some of the clocks ) we were warmly greeted and shown...More

Thank CaroleLL143BB
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Response from DrNefarious | Reviewed this property |
Yes there is a charge, they have to charge just to keep the thing going as it's entirely run just by two brothers. It's best to ring and speak to Roman (pronounced rom-man) directly though as charges vary on times and group... More
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