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    yes, though only on discount price and prepared for long queues.
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      We went a couple of weeks ago with my 3yr old daughter. She loved it and keeps talking about it.

      We spent hours in queues which was shite and the food establishments are massively over priced and crap.

      I actually think Butlins and Paultons is much better value and more manageable.

      But I guess I will have to return at some point when my 9 week old boy grows up.
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      I love my kids to bits,but it was possibly the worst day I’ve had in my life.
      Queues, spilt fizzy drinks and wasps a plenty.
      Misery here couldn’t wait to get to the safety of the car.

      I don’t know why,but other parks seemed so much more relaxed.
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      I love my kids to bits,but it was possibly the worst day I’ve had in my life.
      Queues, spilt fizzy drinks and wasps a plenty.
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      Have barely seen a positive review. By contrast Paultons Park ( including Peppa Pig World) which is not that far was excellent. The bonus was that we stayed in the lovely nearby New Forest.

      If you can tolerate the long drive and we also liked Drayton Manor (Thomas Land).
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      Yes for anyone up to about 8/9 years old so expect 8th BDay is a good age. Gets crazy busy in the holidays though. We used to go if the school had a random teacher training day that the majority of other schools didn't. About once a year and kids loved it. Adults can enjoy some parts too although older kids will likely be less enamoured.
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      It's been a few years since we tooks the kids and they got bored of waiting for the rides. For me the lego landscapes were more interesting. Even then the park was looking a bit tired. The original Legoland is far far better with few queues ..... only problem being you need to go to Denmark to visit it !
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      Had an annual pass that ran out in mid June as my 8 year old daughter absolutely loves it. We went one more time in late May this year to get value out of it and it’s got a lot worse.

      One big ride,Viking River, closed all day and therefore huge queues for everything else. At one point the Dragon rollercoaster also broke and the queues got even bigger. We had a fast pass for a ride from a previous visit and used that on the new Haunted House, which had a 90 min queue. Nothing is worth that wait, but even with the pass I was underwhelmed. Also they were staff training on the job (yes, on a busy Sunday) so the staff they did have getting people on rides were doing so very slowly. There’s no way I’d get another annual pass.


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      I thought it was an awful place. Queued for hours and the rides that were working (2 broke down when we got to the front of the queue) were underwhelming to say the least.. as a result we probably got on 4 rides in a full day.
      Overpriced and poorly organised. If I remember rightly they even stung you for the car park which felt like it was in a different county!

      I’ve never ever left a response on Trip Advisor before or after but for this place I made an exception. Don’t do it!,

      As someone else has suggested, Paultons Park much better.
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      My family and I have been twice in the last two years with another family (critically, in the "off-season" right before half term), and although it's not perfect, the kids LOVED it. It's just a massive play park.

      I think if you go to any of these places during HT or summer hold, it'll be absolutely ghastly.
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