I'd read other reviews for this place so wasn't too hopeful as to what we'd find. That said I thought I'd go with a positive attitude as we had been invited to go by our kids friend.
On the positive:
Loads of car parking space
Drive to it goes through the hills
Space for kids to run through
A promotional stand for a dairy cooperative that gave the kids a free balloon, badge, milkshake and a go at milking the fake cow (guessing this isn't usually there).
On the negatives:
No child interaction
Buttons for electronic models didn't always work
Seems old fashioned, as in the model if Sagrada familia doesn't represent where they are at now.
Some of the models are just a bit outdated, and don't mean much to a non locals eg. Models of 1950/70's style distribution centres.
No shade (on a sunny October day we struggled so would hate to have gone in height of summer).
You have to pay extra for the train and the mini diggers (the latter didn't work properly).
Picnic area involved going up and down lots of steps which is difficult for those with prams/mobility issues (not sure if there was another route).
We didn't however pay to go on the rope play area which may have changed my opinion of it, but we had two babies in our group so couldn't.
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