Definitely a child orientated attraction. Impressed with the level of education and fun they are providing for the youngsters of the area. The Anglo-Saxon camp looked fun as the children we saw were learning to use old tools to cut wood and bake bread.
The otters were fun but one has to go at feeding time in case they hide in their holt.
The sculptures were also fun to look at and explore.
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