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barney11 Sat 05-Jan-19 22:12:12

We went a few weeks ago and it was great, would recommend. My oldest is 8 and he loved it. There were lots of children there who were the same age or older. There is a great ice skating rink in the 'village' and I imagine your older children would get a lot from that.

70isaLimitNotaTarget Fri 04-Jan-19 16:17:37

You are loooking at £65 - £120 per person depending on when you go ( late Nov up to 24th Dec)

Your youngest DC might love it , but would your older ones?
I haven't been , there was a massive fiasco a few years ago when it snowed heavily late Dec, they were unable to open safely and of course as its a limited number , they couldn't re-allocate tickets ( I think people got refunds later but it missed the event) . Now they recommend insurabce wth tickets . And they moved sites to Ascot.

I would've gone but my DC were old enough to be a bit cynical ( piss-takey) and I thought they'd spoil things for younger children.(Pointing out what wasn't 'real' )

Do you think your older DC would really want to go? Is there enough to occupy them and justify the price of tickets?
I think I;d wait a year , take the litrle one and do something else with the older ones.
Something like Winter Wonderland ? Or Gullivers Theme Park at Christmas (I think mine were 7 and 10 when we went there for Hallowe'en)

DippyDuck123 Fri 04-Jan-19 12:30:05

Check their website for prices. 10 and 11 is quite old to still believe so don't be surprised if it's worked out by the time you go. I'd take everyone, it doesn't matter if they believe or not as long as the older ones are willing to partake in the magic wink

To be fair the last time we went was 2009....

Mummysharkdoodoodoo Fri 04-Jan-19 08:03:34

I really want to go this year. Dd will be 3nhalf, dd1 will be 11 and ds will be 10. Do I take the older two? They still believe but I don’t want them to be the oldest there. Will youngest be too young?
How much are the tickets?

Thank you x

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