Visited Gullivers on the last Sunday in May (09), had never been before and didn't know what to expect. Had one 14 year old and a 22 month old, plus one wife 30+!
Not too crowded and didn't have to wait long for rides.Only a few rides for bigger kids but we all had fun, got very wet on log fume.
Shared large pizza for a 'cheapo' lunch. Dora and other characters were wandering around which pleased little ones. If you've young kids it's a great place to go and at £12.50 good value too. Under 90cm kids free.
Just been again 13th September Grandparents Day. Buy one ticket and Grandparents go free! Keep an eye on the web site.
This is a great theme park for younger children. I would say up to the age of 11 or 12.
We took my kids and a couple of friends here. The cost of getting in was reasonable.
The queues for rides are not too bad, we went one weekend in July (just before the school holidays).
The fast food place had a good variety for lunch, so would suit most people. When we went we had different things, and again the queues were not too long.
There are some play areas, but we didn't spend much time there, the kids were more interested in the rides.
This is a good day out for young kids at a good price.
This is a great theme park for children, but don't expect to be thrilled as an adult!
The rides are all aimed at children and they will have a really fun day out, as I did when I was younger. There are ig and small rides.
The prices are reasonable and there is plenty of parking.
Once you have finished for the day you can nip accross to willen lake, where the restaurant there is buy one get one free - brilliant.
This is a great place to take your children in the summer and the staff are very friendly and happy!
This is such a nice theme park for toddlers up to around 12 years of age. It is small and compact so little legs can cope. Despite it's size there is lots to do and you could easily spend a day here.
The admission prices aren't bad ((12.00 per child) and you only pay if the child is over 90cm; which is fair enough because there are a few exclusions from rides if below this height.
As well as all the rides there are soft play areas, play grounds, ball pits and a sand pit. The rides are great though and both my children loved everything.
We have been both in and out of season, and having very young kids (1 & 2 ) I would visit out of season from now on....... the queing was not a good experience. Saying that, the queues were nothing like you would experience at Alton Towers - the longest (for the log flume) being 45 mins.
We did eat here, but would probably not recommend it. My husband wanted to walk out of the cafe but that would have left two hungry kids..
A very positive point about this park is that there didn't actually seem to be anything to spend your money on. Yes, there are shops selling sweets, ice creams, toys, bears etc. but nothing too in your face.
A good day out - and all the better for it being a family orientated park.
The prices have gone up this year but the park has not improved. its starting to look run down and in need of some t.l.c
places like this are really out pricing themself and frankly i think ripping familys off. a family size pizza was £15.99 in the food hall !!. if your going take a packed lunch or you could find it a very expencive day trip.
This is defanately one for young and old alike,i went here a couple of years ago with my youngest child at christmas and its got great entertanment for everyone and they put on great shows and i am going again this year for christmas.
this is a great place to visit especially if you have small kids or children around 9 or 10, not far from the m1 motorway with plenty of parking, entrance fee is not too bad, there are plenty of rides and when we went in the summer holidays the lines were quite short and we had little wait. my son loved the pirate ship, and the small log flume and runaway train. they both enjoyed squirting the water on the firemans ride. there is a nice food court with a mcdonalds type restaurant, a sandwich area with baked potatoes and the kids liked there meals from here, there are the small shops at the entrance a nice sweetie shop, and the usual merchandise. my daughter who is 6 got to go on all the rides in the park so is good value for money.
very quiet better for the younger children older ones thought was a little boring and nt much 2 do. dont think i would go again.
Great day out for the kids although more to do for younger ones. The food is vastly overpriced but only what you would expect of somewhere like this. Good attractions and rides.
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