The warrington site is run down, tacky as hell and needs lots of TLC to get it looking great however my kids (6 and 4) loved it. They talk about it more than CBeebies land and DLP. Kids don't notice the aesthetics, they just enjoy the rides and attractions and this place has loads for the young ones to do. I always felt safe on the rides. We took a picnic so I can't comment on the catering.
Not a bad offer, not great mind. Paid £139 last year for the safari tent, a different 'resort i agree' but from what I've seen I'm not sure this is worth £40 more :-/
Thanks for sharing op, good saving. But I would suggest people have a look first on Trip advisor before booking https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g187055-d659402-Reviews-or10-Gulliver_s_Land-Milton_Keynes_Buckinghamshire_England.html Gulliver world is very run down and not fit for purpose and has lots of bad reviews on trip advisor. This one may be better. Gullivers world Gullivers land appears to be better rated
Really? Ever heard of a single parent with one child?
I saw it on facebook, but reading the comments i dont think i will be booking!!!
Can you not this for £9 from the sun?
This seems to be the trouble nowadays, we went to Pontins and paid next to nothing during school holidays. For what we paid it was great, same as this. Unfortunately people seem to be unable to come to terms with getting what you pay for and also the idea that something dirt cheap probably attracts the sort of person who can afford dirt cheap. If your idea of a weekend away is on Richard Branson's private island, this probably isn't for you. But this is a family trip away, with food and some entertainment for £300. Good deal IMO
Cold work out at £346 for 1 adults and one child and less for two children and 2 adults. Sorry op but this doesn't make sense
And here was a once great world renowned brand, if you look to the right you'll see what we've turned it into. "You can almost taste the disappointment"- Cadburys tagline 2018
It was great years ago when you could see the production lines and machines at work. Although I wouldn't say it's the worst place to go in the UK, I think it's lost its magic!
Dont waste your time and money the most fun interesting thing there is when some benches you sit on wobble left and right for 2 seconds during a video on a screen and suprise you. Dont expect to see chocolate lol. The only people voting this hot are people that havnt been disappointed by it yet
Took kids there a couple of years ago. They were bored and so were we. It's a terribly pointless place, with very little to do. The small bags of chocolate samples they hand you are a small consolation to compensate what will be a very uneventful day out. Save your money and go somewhere else. Pretty sure Kraft will look to shut this place down and it will not be missed.
A family pass is only £48.44 online so £155 with an overnight stay seems expensive, especially when they whole thing only lasts about 3 hours. We went with our kids (aged 8 and 5) over Easter and we all really enjoyed it. Wouldn't be great with teenagers I imagine.
Good Find (y)
I'm fancying this - can drive to quite a few of these
Found a few possibilities but the flights are mega 😳
bargain ... wish I wasn't working !
Oh no may have to go now. Never heard of it and not too far
Not that great. Tickets valid until 15th April, discount applies to on door admission prices, £19.99. For 3 people will be £60 -20%= £48. If you pre book on internet, no discount, normal price £17 per person, so £51 for 3 people. I rather pay £3 extra on line and no discount and go during the summer. However, effort appreciated.
Is this about Australia, or that awful man?? (angel)
I can’t buy shame it’s says unavailable
I thought I had missed this one. It says extended to Monday due to popular demand.
Does Tickets purchased for a specific date have to be used on that date? Or can you go a different day?
Thanks, sorry it wasn't a pedantic effort at pointing out a mistake, certainly more of a grumble, and yes shame on them! Lol. It's a brilliant park regardless but that Dino park really is awesome. I'll be looking out for the little bird reduced overnight cabin stays again :-)
@FTOdude170 Looking again, I don't think it does, bit naughty of them to have that pic on the link, I've deleted from the OP, thanks for bringing it to my attention
Am I missing something? The adverised price on the kew site is £12.50 I'm not sure about the free child deal... but if you have under 4's they go free anyway. https://www.kew.org/Wakehurst/whats-on/peter-rabbit-goes-wild
Take your favourite
Leave one at home (lol)
What if someone has 2 children ?
Nothing says I love you mum like a visit to Diggerland....
Always thought Diggerland was another name for Australia.
Diggerland in Dublin (skip to 40 seconds in):
I would rather go on fathers day, at least it will be more warmer. I can visit Ann summers to buy some bits ;)
Hmmm spa day?? ………Diggerland??
I read that as a free trial for Reading football club and was going to ask if they would extend the age limit.
Yes its included. Just saying you dont have to stay of you want to go to the zoo or sealife.
Is the Zoo and Sealife not included?
But you can pay to go in to the zoo and sealife.
Not anytime no. The park is open from 10-3
If you stay on the friday, you get a saturday in the zoo and sealife, if you stay saturday you get both days. More tickets are not required.
So what is the price?
Sounds like the Devon one is better, then.
We went to the Durham one. To be honest, we did agree that if we had paid the ticket price we would go home thinking we'd not got our money's worth (as the tickets were bought for us) and I don't think we could spend a whole day there, not even in summer. I agree though it completely depends on children and their ages, ours are 3&7. It was bloody freezing too! Don't get me wrong, it was enjoyable but short lived. Might just be my kids lol (embarrassed)
Ok, I appreciate it depends on the ages of the kids and perhaps which park you visit. I haven't been for a while, but the Devon one had mini diggers that even my 6 year old could drive around and 4x4 Mitsubishi Shogun that my older ones could drive themselves. Then there were also indoor sms outdoor play areas. Certainly enough for a good few hours, but I did question whether I would pay the full entry price.
Yeah but once you've done that then there's nothing much else different to do apart from dig another hole or get spun around by another digger. Just giving our honest opinion!
If you find a good 2 adult and 2 kid deal - please do share it as I am looking for similar too. Cheers
Voted hot for the picture, even with the discounts, I actually think this is a poor value deal and would wait for a better deal for 2 adults and kids at a similar price
Dont forget 8% quidco or 6.06% via TCB - whatever works for you. Fab deal during the half term, thanks OP
Heat added, thanks OP in absence of the MSE code mentioned on another post this worked great for me, and got me in the good books with the missus!!
Very detailed post, cheers op
Went to the Kent one. My 3.5 year old (98cm) loved it. He had to sit on our laps for most rides but really enjoyed himself and keeps asking to go back. It is relatively small but a nice day for little legs, not too much walking. You can see charts online of what child can go on by height. I can see why lots of people want to go here! And we will be going back!
Appalling bad day. Very expensive for what it is and little to do. Even my easy going 4 year old was bored. So many other options fvailable for entertainment I just don't see why anyone would go here (sepecially after you've been once).
http://www.yourvoucherbook.co.uk I know some folk won't want to buy but there really is some savings to be had.
Your entertainer Tees Valley edition bogof coupons for entry amongst other attractions in area and some nationwide ones too.
Recently went to the one in Kent. A really great day and superb value for money. No queuing to get on anything. I had a two and four year old with me both over 90cm. Plenty of things they had to sit out our laps for but that didn't make any difference. A really unique day out. If you averaged the cost over how many diggers etc we drove it probably worked out about £1-£1.50 for each so not expensive.
Is back in stock
Are 4 adults allowed with the voucher?
Right then gang, there are some 1 night stays back on. The code doesnt work, but its still £30 cheaper than the going rate... i was so gutted i missed this by seconds that i booked in a heartbeat as its just a perfect do for us and the kids :-) Kind regards Dave
1night offer sold out
Hiw come 2 night stays available but not i t. I only just seen offer and with 4 children would of been perfect
Bought two adult tickets earlier in the month. Thought this was a good deal until I looked on the Kew website today and realised with one child I'm saving 50p
Thanks, sounds fun! :) Had a look at the website and the tickets are £14 per adult and £2.5 per child so this deal is good if you have lots of kids ;) I have only one paying child so not a big saving for me :)
I'm in If you can purchase a rare Kew 50p
£15 for 1 adult...................................................and a full school bus..............not bad.... not bad at all ;)
I wanted to be a womble too! Sounds so much better than a Medical Research Scientist :D