Plenty to see here, like a mini Sealife centre, and worth an hour or so to study the intricate attractions inside. Park alongside.
We came here on a cold but still morning in November. The venue was very quiet and we took advantage of attending all of the feeding times and talks. It was interesting and informative and the staff seemed knowledgable and caring. I do think however that if we had gone in the Summer on a busy day it would have... More
Been to Living Coasts many times and every time I visit it just gets better. All the enclosures and surroundings are well laid out and the whole place has a very interactive feel to it, along with a welcoming atmosphere which definitely makes you feel part of it all. The animals are very well looked after by the keepers and... More
I went here with my children and it was the best place to keep the children entertained. There is so much to do there for them. And they have already said that they want to go back and visit. It's good value for money and they car park is next to the entrance. A must see :)
This is a great attraction and visit at least once a month, there are a few reviews saying you can quick step around this attraction in 30 minutes, I can only talk from experience that if take your time and enjoy each section then it does take a good few hours There is feeding going on at different times, there... More
The Admissions Clerk was very unwelcoming and the attraction looked like a zoo; which it is really. Birds, a family of small Otters, three sleeping seals and some Penguins. Feed time at 2.30pm was a joke as most people couldn't see so we left thinking we should have saved our money for a good meal instead. Unless you have really... More
Thank you for your recent review. I apologise that you were not given a very warm welcome on your visit to Living Coasts. Customer service is extremely important to us and we ensure that all our staff receive regular training in this. We also have mystery shopper visits to measure customer service levels and regularly receive positive comments so I... More
I went here a year ago or so, it was an okay day out, it looks huge from the outside but didn't really take long to walk around the whole thing! They should of kept it all at paignton zoo instead to be honest!
Wonderfully located on the rocks ( the cafe's a great place for lunch ). Small but charming. Try to time it so you see the feedings, especially the Penguins - charming and very funny, especially when they played football. A bit overpriced but what isn't when it comes to a Family of Four ?
I visited this attraction on Monday 21st October 2013 and spent a good few hrs at this place.The Way the Living Coasts Attraction has been designed as well as planned out is a credit to who ever has designed it. You spend as others have said,half your time inside the attraction and the other time outside,despite when i happened to... More
We went with our 3year old and 9 month old both of which had a great time despite the rain. Lots to do including a sand pit and colouring activities. Café was family friendly and very reasonable. Huge gift shop for presents.
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