I was gutted as there were a group of 7 of us, one of which has a mobility scooter as he can't walk far. 4 of us paid to go in and as the other 3 went to pay the lady behind the counter said that they don't allow mobility scooters/ wheelchairs etc as there is no lifts. I asked her for a refund as we hadn't even entered the gates and she said no. We were absolutely gutted that one of us had to be left behind.
Most of the exhibits are really tatty. There were a couple of interesting things to look at. I went there about 4 years ago and nothing had changed, but moved to different areas. Would of been nice to see new things.
I wouldn't go again unless I was forced to...
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