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i was thinking legoland but looking at it looks a little bit too old.... hmmmmmmmmmm Read More
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6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago
i was thinking legoland but looking at it looks a little bit too old....
hmmmmmmmmmm
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6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago
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https://paultonspark.co.uk/sites/public/assets/park-guide/2011_PARK_MAP_SMALL.jpg

https://paultonspark.co.uk/park-map

this is where we are going for a weekend sometime soon

Edited By: ilovepink on Mar 22, 2011 20:36
#3
legoland is good if you can go on a school day..i would say fine for under 4s..we had 2 under 4s with us!
#4
never heard of paultons park... looks good though...

oh really? were going to have 3 with us ;/ and thats it lol hmmm
1 Like #5
best to go to legoland on a school day its so quiet there , no lines for anything. we've been going there for the last 4 years and my son still loves it. theres loads for under 4's to do there, theres only 2/3 rides they might not be able to go on.
But hes growing up and is wanting to go to alton towers this year! his dad can do the big rides with him lol
#6
vinylandtrinkets
best to go to legoland on a school day its so quiet there , no lines for anything. we've been going there for the last 4 years and my son still loves it. theres loads for under 4's to do there, theres only 2/3 rides they might not be able to go on.
But hes growing up and is wanting to go to alton towers this year! his dad can do the big rides with him lol


its for my lo's bday... it would be a school day aswell. hmmmm im looking at legoland and paultons park.... hmmmmm lol
#7
deffo Paulton's Park, if it's not too far for you.
#8
if the like pepper pig then poultons if not legoland, wheres the place with Thomas the tank engine land. that looks great fun, wish my boy was 3 again he loved Thomas then lol
#9
cis_groupie
deffo Paulton's Park, if it's not too far for you.


they have a good deal at the mo, think ours will work out £200 for 2 days in the park and 2 nights accomodation for 2 adults and 1 2 year old, thought that was good value
#10
well legoland is 2 and half hour drive and paultons park is 3 hr 20 ish....

not planning on staying over...

just working out prices... is there discount vouchers for legoland at all? it would be two adults and 1 child as other two are under 3
#11
sarahjane1988
well legoland is 2 and half hour drive and paultons park is 3 hr 20 ish....

not planning on staying over...

just working out prices... is there discount vouchers for legoland at all? it would be two adults and 1 child as other two are under 3


There are tons of 2-for-1 vouchers on eBay for about a quid. Would get the kid in for free.
#12
haha, I used to live about 5 mins from there. Parents still do. I hope your ready to be disappointed!

ilovepink
cis_groupie
deffo Paulton's Park, if it's not too far for you.

they have a good deal at the mo, think ours will work out £200 for 2 days in the park and 2 nights accomodation for 2 adults and 1 2 year old, thought that was good value


Edited By: dh058977 on Mar 22, 2011 21:37
#13
dh058977
haha, I used to live about 5 mins from there. Parents still do. I hope your ready to be disappointed!

ilovepink
cis_groupie
deffo Paulton's Park, if it's not too far for you.


they have a good deal at the mo, think ours will work out £200 for 2 days in the park and 2 nights accomodation for 2 adults and 1 2 year old, thought that was good value




now i dunno ;/ lol
#14
just posted a deal for £10 off per person @ Legoland http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/10-off-per-person-legoland/904300


£10 off per person! for up to 6 people

Adult (16-59 years) was £41.40 - now £31.40
Child (3-15 years) was £31.20 - now £21.20
Senior (60+ years) was £31.20 - now £21.20
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Each to their own. Just because I never liked it doesnt mean others will hate it as well (I always prefered the golf course next door and got annoyed at the sounds coming from the park!)
I knew people who worked in there so got in free and I have to say that 2 days is overkill, there is no way paultons could keep someone entertained for 2 whole days!

sarahjane1988
dh058977
haha, I used to live about 5 mins from there. Parents still do. I hope your ready to be disappointed!

ilovepink
cis_groupie
deffo Paulton's Park, if it's not too far for you.

they have a good deal at the mo, think ours will work out £200 for 2 days in the park and 2 nights accomodation for 2 adults and 1 2 year old, thought that was good value


now i dunno ;/ lol
#16
nicster08
just posted a deal for £10 off per person @ Legoland http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/10-off-per-person-legoland/904300


£10 off per person! for up to 6 people

Adult (16-59 years) was £41.40 - now £31.40
Child (3-15 years) was £31.20 - now £21.20
Senior (60+ years) was £31.20 - now £21.20


thanks but think it works out cheaper with a 2 for 1 voucher
#17
op i think whsmiths and burger king have 2 for 1 vouchers for legoland, where are you from hun might be something closer to home. Im in South Wales so we have to travel for a decent theme park
#18
suffolk area ;/

it will work out 65 quid each for me my mate and 3 kids including petrol.... which isnt too bad



Edited By: sarahjane1988 on Mar 22, 2011 22:01
1 Like #19
dh058977
Each to their own. Just because I never liked it doesnt mean others will hate it as well (I always prefered the golf course next door and got annoyed at the sounds coming from the park!)
I knew people who worked in there so got in free and I have to say that 2 days is overkill, there is no way paultons could keep someone entertained for 2 whole days!

sarahjane1988
dh058977
haha, I used to live about 5 mins from there. Parents still do. I hope your ready to be disappointed!

ilovepink
cis_groupie
deffo Paulton's Park, if it's not too far for you.


they have a good deal at the mo, think ours will work out £200 for 2 days in the park and 2 nights accomodation for 2 adults and 1 2 year old, thought that was good value




now i dunno ;/ lol


we are only going for the peppa pig land, i know DD will absolutey luuuuuurve it
#20
Drayton Manor with Thomas Land is good for under 4s, not sure how close you are though
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How about a cardboard box?

http://i.imgur.com/9PBOC.jpg

The four and under demographic love cardboard boxes.

Edited By: We_Are_138 on Mar 22, 2011 22:05
#22
louiseb84
Drayton Manor with Thomas Land is good for under 4s, not sure how close you are though


suffolk
#23
looks like your going to have to travel too op nothing seems close to either of us lol
#24
vinylandtrinkets
looks like your going to have to travel too op nothing seems close to either of us lol


i know lol... we have yarmouth close but thats not great and we have pleasure wood hills but not for kids either
#25
sarahjane1988
vinylandtrinkets
looks like your going to have to travel too op nothing seems close to either of us lol


i know lol... we have yarmouth close but thats not great and we have pleasure wood hills but not for kids either


we've got oakwood park but i dont trust the place after a young girl was killed there a few years ago, we have got nice beaches but not warm enough yet
#26
Went to Legoland last year ( october ) and kids were dissapointed , didnt get on much because of the queues , went to Blackpool a few weeks later and they loved it , went on everything at least two times and no queues , then again they are older than yours op , although they do cater for younger ones at blackpool !..........i think what ilp suggested looks good x
#27
shopstilldrops
Went to Legoland last year ( october ) and kids were dissapointed , didnt get on much because of the queues , went to Blackpool a few weeks later and they loved it , went on everything at least two times and no queues , then again they are older than yours op , although they do cater for younger ones at blackpool !..........i think what ilp suggested looks good x


too far thanks though.... and it literally is just for the kids... i cant go on anything.... expecting soon lol
#28
its hard working trying to plan day trips this year , we're not going away so thought a few trips to the UK parks would be nice , then you look and realise how far we are away from them all. might have to take 5 days together and try and do a couple
#29
i know horrible when living so far away... but then money side of things at such short notice aswell lol. planning on going first week april so not long away
banned 2 Likes #30
gullivers kingdom at Matlock Bath junction 28 of the M1is ideal for the young ones of that age group.

legoland it's overrated and very disappointing.


Looks like Gullivers have other Parks one of which is at Milton Keynes which maybe closer to you and still ideal for that age group

http://www.gulliversfun.co.uk/gullivers.php?parkname=Milton_Keynes&pagename=What_is_Gullivers

Edited By: slamdunkin on Mar 22, 2011 23:22
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i live behind gullivers...it is good for little kids only really..mine love it! i think its badlly run, dirty, and not worth half price even! but obv the things i notice 4 year olds wont..

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