My husband dragged me along to this attraction, just so he could laugh at the outdated dinosaurs. How surprised we were is reflected in the 5* I've given it. The attraction just kept on giving. When you turn in to the centre you are met with; alpaca, ducks, shire horses, stone circles and emu. The drive up to the caves is clean and tidy, on a nice but short well maintained drive. On entering the attraction I expected to hand over my cash, but this wasn't the case. You walk under the huge belly of a dinosaur into a small court yard, where you can eat, rest, have a nice cream and admire the views. There is a little cinema which talks about the caves, there is a cafe, a small shop, a panning for gold area, and dinosaurs dotted everywhere. The cost came when you went to see the caves, £27 for 2 adults was a bit steep...until you have a look around. There are loads more dinosaurs, all hidden in amongst the trees. As you climb you look down upon them and realise how high you are. I don't think the caves are suitable for those in wheelchairs, but there is still plenty to see. Kids will love it. There are 3 caves, all beautiful and amazing...although, the bone cave is the worst to get to and not suitable for anyone who has a bad back or is tall. We thoroughly enjoyed our time at the caves, the dinosaurs were not always accurate, but that really didn't matter. The staff were helpful and chatty. The cafe clean and tidy. Could probably do with another toilet block. A great experience.
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