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    We are planning on taking our little boy to Chessington for his birthday and have some of the vouchers that let an adult and a toddler under 4 in for just £13.
    However my little one will actually be 4 on his birthday, will they check his age do you think? He is quite tall.

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    doubt they will check tbh

    unless he looks older?

    Don't they have a bit thats lets them check your child's height, they did when we went last month.

    no doubt it very much, but make sure he says 3 if they ask lol

    They will not check the age.

    Personally, i would take them to Legoland or Paultons Park as there is more for them to do at a young age/ small height.

    Have a great day though.

    loupomm;5832530

    doubt they will check tbhunless he looks older?



    Just make him stand on the other side and start to walk in whilst you pay. Then when you get to the gate, say he is 4. I don think they will check especially when its busy.

    EDIT
    But isnt it done on height not age? From Chessington website "Young Adventurer aged under 12 (kids under 1 metre go free everyday! No ticket required)". So is he under 1m? If not then I think you will have to pay

    stgeorge;5832548

    Don't they have a bit thats lets them check your child's height, they did … Don't they have a bit thats lets them check your child's height, they did when we went last month.



    thats unfair as some 3 year olds could be tall. :thumbsup:

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    loupomm;5832530

    doubt they will check tbhunless he looks older?



    I don't think he particularly looks older, but he is quite tall for his age.

    The voucher is for children under 4, so doesn't actually matter how tall he is really.

    Maybe if we get there early as he won't technically be 4 until 10.26 am!!

    kirstiejayne;5832580

    I don't think he particularly looks older, but he is quite tall for his … I don't think he particularly looks older, but he is quite tall for his age. The voucher is for children under 4, so doesn't actually matter how tall he is really.Maybe if we get there early as he won't technically be 4 until 10.26 am!!



    Haha - just tell them its his birthday the next day then they cant say anything!

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    bargainhunter2009;5832587

    Haha - just tell them its his birthday the next day then they cant say … Haha - just tell them its his birthday the next day then they cant say anything!



    Yeah, thats what i was thinking!:thumbsup:

    kirstiejayne;5832599

    Yeah, thats what i was thinking!:thumbsup:



    I have done it before on a bus, my daughter was almost 6 though and I said she was 4! Haha - I said it was her birthday next week! My daughter is tall as well, shes 7 now but is 135cm!

    I took my boy for his 3rd birthday & he was about 98cm so just squeezed in.

    Dont worry about it, you'll be fine.
    Just say it's her 4th birthday at the w/e or next week.
    They wont be bothered or check.
    You'll be fine.
    He'll love chessington and the new sea life centre there.
    Have fun
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