Cbeebies Land (Alton Towers)

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Cbeebies Land (Alton Towers)

Postby MumtoMonsters » 04 Jul 2014, 12:01

Has anyone been?

We try to take the monsters to a theme park on the way home from holiday. Thomas Land (Drayton Manor) was great last year. Was thinking about Cbeebies Land this year but can't really find any reviews of it yet.

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Postby qbm » 04 Jul 2014, 14:51

My brother is there now! His two are older but I'll ask him for you - he's literally just posted pics on fb...
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Postby fourweewonders » 04 Jul 2014, 18:11

where are you traveling to/from? would one of the gulivers parks be an option, they're soley aimed 2-12 years olds
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Postby Spanner » 04 Jul 2014, 20:09

I've heard Sundown is good for little ones.http://www.sundownadventureland.co.uk/themepark/
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Postby handstand79 » 04 Jul 2014, 20:22

Sundown is fab! We go a few times a year. DS1 and DS2 are 2008 and 2010 and LOVE it there. DS1 especially loves the angry birds playground!
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Postby Feefielou » 04 Jul 2014, 21:01

My sister just took her 2 and 5 year olds there a few weeks ago and they absolutely loved it, as did the parents and grandparents from what I gather. I don't think they had a bad word to say about it between them.
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Re: Cbeebies Land (Alton Towers)

Postby Daddy'sgirl » 01 Aug 2014, 12:46

Resurrecting this looking for more reviews. Have you been yet MtoM? Planning to take DD next week and wondering whether to be looking forward to it or not?!
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Postby Skippy2010 » 03 Aug 2014, 14:09

We went a few weeks ago, and had a great day out. It's recycled from what was nursery rhyme land, if you ever went there. There's a really nice show arena, where they do Mike the Knight; Zingzillas and Nina & the Neurons throughout the day. Good spot for a picnic! Plenty to keep a little one entertained all day, but if you want to venture out there's another children's area (forgotten the name, but it's got Wobbles soft play there) Oh, and near that is the Charlie & the Chocolate Factory ride which is nice for little ones. Oh, I'm sure you know this but worth getting a box of Kellog's cereal for the 'Adults go Free' vouchers xx
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Postby Daddy'sgirl » 03 Aug 2014, 19:26

We have our bit of cereal box thanks!
We're not local and have only been once, probably about 10years ago, before DD was even thought of so the children's bit will all be new to us. Sounds good though. Thank you for the info.
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Postby Daddy'sgirl » 10 Aug 2014, 11:06

Just wanted to report that although initially I thought this was going to be a big let down with not many rides and long queues, DD absolutely loved it all. She had a fantastic day and would love to go back. Lots of opportunities to meet the characters and have photos - very exciting for an almost 3 year old!
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