Took my 8 year old grandson on a very wet and windy day, we will have to go back at least twice to see it all. I was a bit sceptical at first until I entered the building, so much stuff and so much information. Just 2 gripes though, 1. the Cafe was freezing, which made it a little uncomfortable, but at least we got a seat, people were not hanging around much. 2. I know it would be expensive to put in but a covered walkway between the two hangers would have been appreciated..
Did not go in to see the internals of Concord as I felt a little embarrassed as the lift to get in to see the inside was at the front of the not considerable queue was going a bit too far.I will give it a go next time in term time when it should be a little quieter. I should have said earlier that I am in a powerchair and the rest of the disabled access is excellent.
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