Wishaw in United Kingdom (UK), from Europe region, is best know for Antique Stores. Discover best things to do in Wishaw with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Wishaw
4.5 based on 179 reviews
We are more than a Garden Centre. We have 44,000 square feet of different departments which give interest all year round. We have 9000 sq feet of antiques and our 150 seater coffee shop serves all home made food by our friendly helpful staff
This is a massive facility selling everything from plants to antiques to kitchens to wedding hats to walking aids to urns for your ashes. In all they claim it to be 44,000 square feet, and it does take some time to get around it. Thankfully, and this is the best thing about it, there is a cafe area, which is well laid out with nice tables and decent Seating, and their coffee was really good.
4.5 based on 372 reviews
Meet here every year for my dog to meet her siblings and enjoy a walk together...Lots of parking available, well sign posted walks, I did notice the improvements to the estate by the clearing of trees to enhance the views...Thanks for your feedback, please visit us again soon.
4.5 based on 231 reviews
Took friends here for the first time yesterday for lunch. The Xmas section is sparse and coming to a end. The lunch was fantastic chicken and rice soup with a roll, mint slice I even got cakes to take away. Silverburch is my favourite garden centre but this one by far does the best lunch.
4 based on 323 reviews
Based on a dog walking perspective. Lovely park for a leisurely stroll with the dogs. Only thing I would say would be to avoid the quieter areas at the back of the park behind the theme park. A lot of weird men hang about here and have come across a few strange goings on in the past, things that shouldn’t be happening in daylight in a public park. Needless to say, I stick to the paths round the Loch now. I wouldn’t recommend letting your kids run loose in the more wooded areas. The council really need to get something done about this.
5 based on 94 reviews
The Best Soft Play in the UK (under 8000sqft) Awarded by the Play Providers Association
Bubbles opened when I was at nursery in 2011.The nursery took us a school trip there and it was funny because the teachers went down the wavy blue slide.Food is very good for kids staff friendly.i had my 5th 6th and 7th birthday there and it was fun good party bags . I love the big red button that puts my name on the wall and tells me happy birthday.All the kids at the party stand up on the chairs and go ah.Must visit
4 based on 89 reviews
Dinom8 is a massive indoor play area with a prehistoric man-eating reptile problem. Kids of all ages can have a blast taking part in all the fun and activities in a safe environment while you take a load off with a cuppa in our cafe. All of our dinosaurs have the relevant childcare qualifications. We strongly recommend booking in advance using our online booking form in order to guarantee play
Visited with three kids. One 10-year-old and two 4-year-olds. All the kids loved the soft play and had great fun but had to leave earlier than we would have liked as the tills were broken and they could not sell us any juice for the kids who were thirsty from running around.
4.5 based on 587 reviews
Glasgow and the west of Scotland's industrial heritage relied on location, via the Clyde and the tobacco/cotton/sugar trade, resources from Lanarkshires coal and iron reserves, education following the reformation, and entrepreneurial acumen.
Summerlee provides insight into technology , industry and manpower that provided still and iron for the industrialisation that made Glasgow pivotal in the latter half of the nineteenth and first half of the twentieth century's transport revolutio.
Beautifully presented, free and with abundant free parking this gem contrasts starkly with a town that was once the most polluted in the world.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Visited here on saturday night and it had changed so much, we were in for pals night out with couple games of snooker, that was free you just have to pay for the lights so well worth a shot. the bar was full but the staff were very polite and the drinks were cheaper than normal.
They need to fix the gents bathroom door seems to make a bang every time you use it. but great experience and the local people that drink there are so freinldy
Well worth a visit
4.5 based on 27 reviews
Good food pleasant surrounding, good shop to browse and pleasanat staff. Friendly people worth a visit, good for breakfasts and lunch, can be very bsy at lunch time.
4.5 based on 113 reviews
This is free to visit and very interesting - lots of very old exhibits - a must see for children of today! There is also a lovely little cafe which serves scones, cakes, soup and sandwiches!
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