When you park in the car park area you think the centre is going to be a small place inside. Wrong! The reception area is small, however the grounds beyond extend for several acres. If you like a walk then you are in for a treat. The walk down to the sanctuary is very long through woodland on a tarmac path. There is a frequent landtrain for anyone not able to walk the distance. About half way down the path we came across the hospital, however we were a little disappointed to see no animals in the hospital at that time. This seems rather mean of me to say that but there was a member of staff there explaining all the work they do in the hospital to the visitors. At the side of the hospital was a hut/cafe/ice cream shop which wasnt open. It was spring bank week so I was surprised at this. We walked down to the sanctuary and then saw the seals and sea lions etc. It was a lovely place to be as the weather was kind to us. Its rather open if it rains so bring your brollie. Would I go again... maybe not... as there was not quite enough to see for my liking for the admission price. I admire conservation though so I will not quibble the price as it is saving animals lives.
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