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“Not one of Jersey's Best”
Review of The Living Legend Village - CLOSED

The Living Legend Village
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Owner description: An exciting way to learn the history of the island.
Reviewed 13 May 2014

We arrived at the Living Legend Village prior to going to the Jersey War Tunnels, hoping to spend some time shopping for gifts.
Whilst the mini golf and go-karting might be attractive to families with children, we were disappointed with the shopping. Walking in it smelt of a freshly cleaned toilet, we wandered round the shop, saw Jersey fudge boxed in the UK for sale as well as an assortment of knick knacks and general 'tat', we felt as if we were in one of those dreadful souvenir stores at any one of the UK's tackiest seaside resorts.
Looking at one another we could not wait to leave and move on.

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Reviewed 10 May 2014

Used to go here with grand-children so thought it would be a good place to go with great-grand-daughter. We were disappointed, it looks like it is in need of some tlc, weeds all over the place. The bus in the children s area was closed. We did not go the the history show as we went some years back and great -grand-daughter is too young to appreciate it. We played mini golf - 18 holes - cost £26 for 4 adults and a child, a good mini-golf course (think there are two). We were caught in the rain so had to give up after 14 holes! It is free to enter the village but everything else costs.

Thank JandT60
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Reviewed 2 May 2014

Boring! Special effects not so special. The show is poor and the building dated. Went as part of a full day island bus tour which was otherwise good value. I would recommend the tour but don't pay for the show but instead look around the grounds and shops or relax in the cafe.

1  Thank 1adder
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Reviewed 22 April 2014

We went here for the mini golf courses and go carting.
We had a teenager and an 82 yr old - we all enjoyed the mini golf, and two of us went go carting.
A good few hours spent here on two occasions during our holiday.
We would return to do the same.

Thank Ian1200
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Reviewed 7 November 2013

We were staying at an amazing hotel Greenhills country club that was right next door so we went to see what the Living Legends was like. The grounds looked very good but we only went into their shop and we got some amazing bargains as they had a sale with 65% of everything and 75% of furniture.
We were there at the end of October so we were able to do some christmas shopping. Apparently they have a sale like this at the end of the season every year. They had a great selection of goods for sale and very helpful staff. If we go again at the end of the season we will call in again.

Thank swift-simba
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