Having wanted see this "attraction" for some years we were most disappointed when, having at last found ourselves near enough to go there, we were so detered that we never even got in!
Firstly the £15 entry ticket is for a year whereas we are very unlikely to be in that part of the contry again. The inescapable implication is that they insist on charging much more than any usual one day ticket. What a weird way of pricing! If I want a sandwich I do NOT expect to pay for a full blown dinner!
The final straw was that they intrusively demand personal information: Being fairly private people we do not readily give out personal details but they insisted on knowing where we live and upon our declinig to disclose that information we were told they "could not proceed with issuing the tickets" !!
Needless to say we turned away, sadder and wiser, and wondering at the weird thinking of whoever decides such matters.
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