We visited in summer holidays. You are taken up in the hydro train first, it took me a while to get over that, I am not good with heights! Once up, we watched the video then wandered around. It is all very pretty, lovely wooden buildings, flowers, plants etc. Lots of different areas to explore.
The best bit was the vegetarian restaurant, the food was AMAZING, if I was ever going to turn veggie that would do it, simply gorgeous. Plenty for older kids to be amused with, lots of reading for Daddy's to do, lots of plants for me to view.
I loved the wood carving area, but there was no one carving, and nothing hand carved in the shop.
I bet it was lovely when it first started, ahead of its time. We couldn't find many staff about to ask anything.
We spent £25 getting in (Not worth it), and another £25 on dinner (Really worth it), so not a cheap day out for a family of four.
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