From Our Editors
This amusement park encompasses a range of attractions suited to visitors of all ages. Amazonia, a tropical rainforest area that is home to exotic animals, is where guests can marvel at over 70 species and take part in animal handling sessions. Those looking for a more adrenaline-filled stay can jump onto rides like Tornado, Dancing Galleons and Captain's Curse. Adventure golf and bowling are also available, while several eateries and a large food court serve meals and refreshments.
The bowling was absolutely awful. Our lane kept on freezing so had to ask them out every couple of shots to fix it. And played as a family of 4 with 2 young kids and the ball would not bounce off the bumpers as it kept sticking to the sides so most of their shots were a 1 score.
Amazonia is very small and only takes about half an hour. Rides at park very expensive!
Great night out! Rod Stewart was fantastic! Can't wait for the next one!
Staff all very pleasant and helpful.
We were at the Rod Stewart act which we thought was not great ,
Great value for money bowls and golf took us about 1-30 minutes to play good for school holidays and could take a picnic and go round the park
We took my granddaughter to Amazonian she loved it.she liked the butterflies flying around her as well. We just walked round the theme park she liked watching all the rides
Great venue for a get together with the girls or friends. Yummy cocktails and a nice wee buffet too! The Jersey Notes were terrific. What a bargain!!!
M&Ds is ok but Amazonia is not worth the money glad I didn't pay full price you can walk round it in 10 mins total waste. Had to pay extra for the only half decent bit the handling session. Kids were board and uninterested.
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