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"Pleasantly surprised. My DD (9) and DS (6) loved it…"
Pleasantly surprised. My DD (9) and DS (6) loved it so much they were sprinting from ride to ride. As previous reviewer said, there were very few queues even on May Bank Holiday Monday.
Big hits were the bouncy pillows, bungee trampolines, carousel and Magic factory (funhouse type thing full of optical illusions).
We didn't bother with any of the shows but I think if my DC had been younger we would have.
9 years is probably the upper age limit.
Food is pretty dire. We took a picnic but went to the Tea Rooms mid afternoon hoping for homemade cakes etc but ended up with Twixes.Read moreLess
"Went here with ds (9) and dd (5) last weekend…"
Went here with ds (9) and dd (5) last weekend when visiting best friend in Kent. She has dd (9) and a ds (6). Did so with teeth so heavily gritted I had jaw ache - haven't been very keen <understates> on these kinds of places in the past.
Not often moved to do reviews, but this was cracking. Genuinely relaxing, firstly because it was astonishingly uncrowded - no queues for anything at all lasted longer than three minutes. I imagine it gets more chocker during the holidays, but I talked to a couple of other parents and they said that during term time it was always this stress-free.
Secondly because more or less everything except the food is included in the price. Usually come away from these places feeling humbug-ish, because once extras are factored in the price of the day seems to double, so I'mRead moreLess