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This is always a good day trip, the kids love it especially when we take a picnic with us. So much to see and do and nice place to take beautiful pictures.
Best time to go is at feeding time, kids enjoy that the most.
A beautiful setting, and great education for us all. We were lucky to view a variety of different species of birds, which frankly you’d be lucky to see so easily at rspb sites. Photographically it would be great to spend some time on out of...More
This place was special, especially if you are into photography.
Make sure you go there for feeding time, as this will make photo magic.
We were here during a brief cruise stop with Oceana. Although it was not easy getting here on our own, with...More
Lovely to see so many swans, as our visit was in October the cygnets were almost fully grown, but it was interesting to see them as it appeared the adults were showing them how to preen. There’s a maze, with areas inside with activities plus...More
Worth a visit, provided you time it to coincide with feeding times (currently 1200 and 1600). Pleasant stroll through the grounds getting to the waterfront etc. We were lucky in being there at feeding time, otherwise like many others, I would probably say the place...More
At £12.50 for entrance, is far too expensive ! I can see plenty of Swans on my local canal ! I do beleive entrance to some sub tropical gardens is included in the price, but I still feel this is all overpriced.
Been wanting to go here for years and finally made it and I was not disappointed. Had a wonderful time wandering around taking photos. Well worth the visit, especially if you bought the 'passport ticket' which gives you entry to the subtropical gardens and the...More