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Enjoyable visit.

Great visit here. Really enjoyed the addition of the new bouncy nets for the children. Birds of... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Rachael G
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Southampton, United Kingdom
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Fun but pricey

As other reviews have said, it is a little pricey for what is effectively a country park with a few... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Cobi M
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Visit to park with kids. Two adults and three kids topping 100 pound. Unfortunately being my first visit you pay which last 7 days however you wouldnt return unless in the area. Not really alot of attractions. Cafe stops good although price inflated for drinks....More

Thank Gary C
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I decided to re visit with family and friends after giving the venue a miss for the last couple of years due to it been too expensive and very little to do so I hoped it had changed with the addition of the water slide...More

Thank Rob I
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I had high hopes for this park but was very disappointed. I think the price was extremely high for what you get. It claims to have ‘rides’ but I believe I saw 2 or 3. Very misleading. The worst part is, after paying the unbelievable...More

Thank Lucy Rob M
Reviewed yesterday

We visited Robin Hill two days ago with our 2 kiddies (ages 6-and-half and 2-and-half) and after hearing so many great things about this as an attraction feel completely underwhelmed and quite disappointed. We've visited other country-theme parks in Europe and they have been amazing...More

Thank Baba-Waga
Reviewed yesterday

We were a large party with seven grandchildren and have been to Robin Hill before so geared our visit over two days. The first on a Wednesday to explore and do all the old things but to also experience the new climbing nets and generally...More

Thank Mic L
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Great visit here. Really enjoyed the addition of the new bouncy nets for the children. Birds of prey shows great. Also the “animal” dance show in the theatre part was good. Only criticism would be that they really need a separate desk to queue to...More

Thank Rachael G
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Robin is a perfect name .....Went yesterday and paid £150 for a two venue ticket for two disabled teens and two carers. Pathetic reductions for carers, really shocking. Massively over priced. Only things teens wanted to do incurred additional charges to use the toboggan and...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

A brilliant day for people of every age theres lot todo .but theres a lot of walking entry fees and food places are expensieve. So maybe take a pack lunch.your entry fee alouds you to have unlimted returnds for seven days.theres extra charge for some...More

Thank marai o
Reviewed 3 days ago

As other reviews have said, it is a little pricey for what is effectively a country park with a few climbing areas. If you are able to go back for free during the week then it probably makes it better value for money. Definitely book...More

1  Thank Cobi M
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

My husband and I took our toddler here. Very expensive - free for our toddler but £38 for mum and dad. You get a ticket to revisit anytime that week but due to rain we couldn’t return! The park is lovely, several activities appropriate for...More

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Karen J
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Response from Scott T | Reviewed this property |
because if they don't rip off every poor soul that crosses the threshold then the owner won't get his 6 foreign holidays will he
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Juprev2606
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Response from Katwilders | Reviewed this property |
We bought a 7 day unlimited ticket for both parks. Paid a couple of pound less than it would have been for a ticket to each and we visited both parks twice on our holiday giving us good value for money
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20 February 2017|
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Response from AnneMary2015 | Reviewed this property |
No it's definately open during half term, and is currently advertising locally. Your children could spend hours there, so take snacks with you if you want to avoid spending lots in the cafe. Have fun!
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