I have just returned from spending Halloween at Wookey Hole Caves and we didn't find it as bad as some of the reveiws. The caves are beautiful, they are a little cold and slippery but nothing that my 3 year old couldn't handle, we travelled in a party of 7, four adults and 3 children between the ages of 3 and 14. We did also find it hard to hear the guide as we walked through, but if you purchase the souvenir book (2.00 from the gift shop and 3.50 from the ticket office) you can read all about the history of the caves. When the cave tour ended and we were in a dinosour/fairy garden it was a little strange but the kids loved it and on a beautiful day would of been ideal to have used to eat your picnic. There are not that many things to keep you entertained, as the activites are quite random and dont really fit within the theme of the caves, but are worth a look. The children in the big top theatre are amazing, dont listen to any of the reviews that say otherwise, the children work very hard and although sometimes you can see they have little hiccups they are very talented, and so did the theatre full of people clapping think so too. This is not an attraction that I can say that I would do again, but it is worth doing especially if you can go on themed times, which are advertised on their website. As the children got in for half price because they were dressed in their halloween costumes. Also if you shop at Tesco you can use Tesco Clubcard deals as money off entry. The only thing that I was a little dissapointed with was there wasn't much halloween decoration, there was not a pumpkin in sight.
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