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Review by deborah g on 4th February, 2009

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yes we had a good time, my two boys were 5 & 8.its not so expensive if you do the 3 for 2 offer. we went to banham zoo, africa alive so got dinosaur park free, then i didnt mind paying for the deer safari & icecreams . we always pack a lunch, that helps keep the price down. when we went,there was no inside area to eat your own food plus 90% of activities are outside so make sure you pick a nice day to go. there was a notice board up saying new indoor area for 2009, so not sure what its like now.sculptures are excellent to look at,you need lots of money if you want one. if your going in a group make sure there are lots of adults to keep an eye on the kids as they can get lost easily!. not very good for wheelchairs or people that cant walk very far. overall a good time had.

Date visited: june 08

Review by sandra currie on 26th June, 2007

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this was an excellent day out, although quite expensive. Kids loved it but grudged the xtra money for the deer safari when we had paid so much to get in. The dinosaur stamp hunt was great, kept the kids and adults interested. Famntastic place to go but take alot of money!

Date visited: 23rd june 2007

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