We visited here on Easter Sunday, the weather could have been better but our day was still great. This is quite a large place all dedicated to the past with staff dressed up for the occasion and all acting the part. We paid with Tesco clubcard so the cost was not an issue although I do feel the return ticket on full priced entry is well worth it if you live nearby. Disabled access is quite good with ramps available on request outside many of the buildings and an accessible tram can also be requested. We did not enter the underground mine which is available as we had our toddler daughter with us and she is too young (over 5's only I think) but it did seem popular. We had fish and chips at £6.90 each from Hobbs and Sons, these were very good indeed, we got there for the 11.30 opening so only had to queue for around 15 minutes ( I do advise this as the queue later seemed really long and it is not like your normal fast food chippy) the only downside was that I could not get a small chips for our little one as this only came with the family meal deal, she had to share ours as I wasn't gong to pay for a normal size at £2.50 when I knew she wouldn't eat them. The new playground was great and although the slide, swings and horse are up some steps I did notice a roundabout at the bottom that was adapted for a wheelchair user. Parking is £3.50 (blue badge holders are free), you pay inside via a machine that takes coins or notes and dispenses change as well as the token needed to exit. All in all a fantastic family day out with lots to do for all!
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