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BettySpaghetti · 16/02/2006 09:21
We went to the Sea Life Centre in central Birmingham at the weekend with DS who is 19 months and DD who is 6 years. It was fantastic -both kids enjoyed it, as did we!
DS loved all the colours and movement of the fish (although he kept calling them frogs!?).
TIP-It opens at 10am, we got there just before 11 am and it wasn't too bad but by lunchtime there were big queues to get in
cat64 · 13/04/2006 23:48
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babygsmum · 27/04/2006 07:37
Hatton Country Park near Redditch is fab - £8.25 for adults and everything except food and pny rides are free when you get in. There are lambs and goats etc to feed. Guinea Pig village where the children can stroke and hold them. There's some merry go rounds, sheep racing, playgrounds, tractor rides, panning for 'gold', bouncy castles, craft fair, shopping village, falconry displays, nature trail and special events - over easter there was an easter egg hunt with the easter bunny web site - www.hattonworld.com
AbbyLou · 19/05/2006 20:09
Someone has already mentioned Bumpi's, that's a really good indoor play area. There's also Cyril's Nut Hut in Long Eaton. White Post Farm is lovely, it's set out really well and there's loads of things for kids to take part in like feeding lambs, holding reptiles etc. My ds who's 16 months loved it. Carsington Water is nice too. They've got lovely walks, an outdoor play area and a new indoor area that you have to pay extra for. Gulliver's Kingdom in Matlock Bath is good for little ones but not sure if 18 months might be a little too young.
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