Although this is a nice way to spend a couple of hours, I do not think the £10 per person admission fee is justifiable. It was very quiet when we arrived and pretty cold. We paid the fee as we had traveled a long time to get there but there was no explaination what the fee was for. I would assume maintainance but the place looks like it needs a little work. Also we were dissapointed to find some of the shops and cafes were shut, and the railway trip not available. The walks were nice enough but some more information would have been nice (for example, stumbled accross a tree stump full of coins, no idea why) I imagine in the summer when everything is available this would be a great day out but in the winter I think they should reduce the fee.
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