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bluebluecow Thu 23-May-13 14:32:19

The dc's school have a teachers training day tomorrow so I'm thinking of taking them here for the day. Hoping it will be fairly quiet as I think most other schools won't have broken up? We've never been here so I've got two questions for anyone that has: is it worth going even if there is some rain, do they keep the rides open? and would it be suitable for two average height children of 7 and 10? We are planning on taking our own food but I really don't want to waste the £60 ticket price if it will be a rubbish day out. Thanks!

bigTillyMint Thu 23-May-13 20:41:29

We went when the DC were about that age and they all enjoyed it. Sunnyish day so no rain concerns!

Think we went for free on Tesco vouchers IIRCwink

chickensaladagain Thu 23-May-13 20:45:24

I would say 10 is too old for gulliver's

Have you considered Camelot or is that a bit far?

RegularVoltaire Thu 23-May-13 20:54:43

They do close some of the rides on the rain, yes.

I also agree with chickendsalad, 10 is probably too old for gullivers.

How about Blackpool Pleasure Beach?

Sirzy Thu 23-May-13 21:48:27

Have you considered Camelot or is that a bit far? camalot has gone

chickensaladagain Thu 23-May-13 22:14:26

Has it?? When did that happen then?

chickensaladagain Thu 23-May-13 22:16:09

I thought it was staying open for this summer before they build some houses on it

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