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Old 10-16-2011, 06:10 PM     #1
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Has anyone been if so your opinion would be welcome whether good, bad or indifferent
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Old 10-17-2011, 01:59 PM     #2
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yes went on friday.

Thought it was pretty good, very much kiddie orientated as you expect.

A little pricey to take a family of 5... but i guess they expect parents to cough up for the kids.
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Old 10-18-2011, 12:34 PM     #3
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Yep - we've been a couple of times already, and have to say IMHO it's fantastic - very family friendly, (gotta say Steve - I didn't think it was any pricier than any other park out there). We have our friends kids with us and they had a ball...fab safe environment for them to play and explore (they're 6 9)...and very interactive for them too. And for us "old farts" the gardens were still beautiful to walk in.
Well worth the annual pass price.
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Old 10-19-2011, 08:28 PM     #4
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well i am a bit tight ...ive not paid to get into a park in years.
a one day ticket is $80 for an adult i believe. the annual pass is a better deal at $130 odd.
It is a lot of fun for smaller kids , but families with kids older than 10 might feel theres not enough there to justify $400 to take a family of 5 there for a day.
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Old 10-19-2011, 09:01 PM     #5
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well i am a bit tight ...ive not paid to get into a park in years.
a one day ticket is $80 for an adult i believe. the annual pass is a better deal at $130 odd.
It is a lot of fun for smaller kids , but families with kids older than 10 might feel theres not enough there to justify $400 to take a family of 5 there for a day.
It is 37 quid including Vat for a one day ticket for Legoland in Windsor, thats $58. Not sure I would pay $80, I think they will struggle.
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