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We’ve visited on Saturday morning and there was a little queue just before they’ve opened their doors but what a brilliant day that was!
Our four year old loved it and so we did too.
What I disliked very much was parents “reserving” the only...More
The best 90mins your children will have. Brilliant splash pad, fantastic sandpit with water pipes. Slides, bridges to climb and lots of space to explore. There’s a cafe on site that sells sandwiches, tea, coffee etc.
Picnic blankets aren’t permitted due to health and safety...More
The magic garden really is a hidden gem and great value when you buy the family card for a year. Not only does it allow unlimited entry during the Magic Garden but you get entrance into the other 6 other historic places. When you throw...More
Went there with our Granddaughters, 4 and 2 years old, and their parents, and had a great time. The children also enjoyed themselves. The sand and the water were their main attractions, so a change of clothes is essential to take. The slides were also...More
Well, maybe not riot, just around. We finished our visit to Hampton Court Palace and the Maze with a chill-out in the Magic Garden. It's a good space for adults to sit around and kids to run around. I can't say it's that magical though...More
The Magic Garden is part of Hampton Court Palace but it can be visited without having to visit the Palace itself but paying a separate (hefty) entry fee just for the playground.
We have the annual pass so it was a great addition to our...More
The magic garden is part of Hampton Court Palace and you can pay separately to enter just the magic garden and maze at £7.70 an adult and £5.50 each for children. Fantastic place to visit and the maze is an added bonus, that's if you...More