Spent half a day here with the family. Busy but with all the open space it didn't feel confined. The car park was quite full but we managed to find a space easily but it was pretty full so would advise arriving early to ensure you can park. We went for something to eat straight away after a quick trip to the conveniences. Good baby changing facility in one of the loos although upstairs so not as easily accessible as they could be (main restaurant). We then went to the restaurant/cafe for lunch. We thought the burger and homemade chips looked pretty good value for money and tasty to boot however we were somewhat disappointed with the taste and quality. The burger bun was dry and untoasted and the burger rather dense and tasteless. The special goat cheese & courgette pie was better. The chicken fillet provided for my grand daughter was pretty inedible as it was dry, crispy and rather unappealing. Needless to say she did not eat it! Having said that, if you were taking a picnic, a football / cricket set it was a lovely place to enjoy some family fun. There is a pond with some ducks, two children's play areas, an area with some animals and plenty of paths to explore either on foot or by bike. We thoroughly enjoyed it apart from the food. There is also a house full of exhibits which is very interesting and the entrance is very reasonable. Well worth a visit but don't expect too much from the cafe.
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