We visited on a sunny Saturday in March and although we had a good day overall thought the few things let it down. We had redeemed our Tesco clubcard points so it didnt actually cost us anything otherwise would have been very annoyed at entry price for what was actually included.
Well signposted and easy to find.
Museum was well laid out and interesting
Food in tearoom was good but pricey
Loads of things for kids to play on ie ground trampolines, sandpit, bouncy castle, air cushion
Good handwashing facilities dotted around site.
Tearoom - just not big enough to cope with the numbers wanting to use it. I mean it was March and it was queued out so would hate to think what it would be like in the Summer. £17 for baked potato with chill, lentil soup, kids tuna sandwich, coffee and a scone. Bit on the pricey side and had rather a lengthy wait (25 minutes) for order. Took 15 minutes to stand in queue as only 1 person on till. Would have made more sense to have a queue for food orders and another for those just wanting to pay for bottled drinks etc
Softplay - There were birthday parties so softplay just looked jammed with parents and children.
Tractor ride - didnt seem to be running at all
Animals - 2 horses, 1 cow, 1 pig, geese, ducks, goats, chickens, guinea pigs and rabbits. Very disappointed as thought would have been more animals and more variety.
Toilets - All down at the main gate and tearoom and nothing further down the site so not good when LO needs toilet.