I visited the MSC in the afternoon, the place was pretty empty so very quiet which I have mixed feelings about: it's nice to have a quiet visit, but then it was a bit too empty for my liking. There is a lot to be seen by the visitors and a lot of the information and shows had the option of being in English which we appreciated, as not everyone in the group spoke Portuguese. The only thing is you have to organize your time there if you want to visit all the shows, as they have marked starting times in low season (some start on the hour, others at the half past mark, so you don't have to wait too long between shows). It wasn't my first time there, I'd been there in the summer and they had staff actually working the local art and craft, so you could see ladies doing stitch work, cane baskets, etc, and that was cool,! No luck this time, (maybe low season?) so we just had empty cabins with a TV showing how the stuff is done - not the same experience. There is a cool little lake with row boats and a maze in the garden, pretty small, nothing you'd get lost in, but enough to get kids having a nice time. If you want to have lunch, there are a couple of restaurants, but I would recommend you eat somewhere else because the quality/price outside of the park is much better, but then you might encounter language difficulties. I thought the snack bar was over priced for Madeira standards. Overall worth a visit and it's good for everyone: couples, families, young kids, mature people. ON A PLUS NOTE: "Visitors with disabilities are exempt from paying an entrance fee to the Madeira Theme Park"
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