We visited the honey farm on Easter Saturday and whilst it was a shame most of the exhibitions where unable to operate due to the cold weather we had a 2 for 1 offer so not really that much of an issue. Having been before (I used to go when I was kid) when the exhibits are able to function it is very interesting. The honey farm is no Alton Towers and the entry fee even at full price reflects this.
What is a bonus is the indoor soft play area for the kids (included in the entrance fee) so when they have had enough of the bees, honey and candle making they can fill their boots in this very clean, good sized indoor soft play area. Great to burn off some energy or have a break on route to or from the M5. Food served in the restaurant is cheap but basic - jacket potatoes, sandwichs etc.
What I will say is the leaf cutter ants display needs a lot of work, as it it was a bit lame.
Good value (if the exhibits are able to oportate), especially if the kids take advantage of the soft play.
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