This was a great park for younger children ages 10 and under so there wasn't a single ride he couldn't do:) Which made him very happy. Princess did have a little trouble as she is very tall for her age and was too tall for a couple rides but she managed her disappointment well:) We chose to go on July 4th as that is an American holiday but the UK kids were still in school so we were hoping the crowds would be manageable. We hit the jack pot that day, no lines, YAY!!! The kids were often able to ride multiply times, sometimes not even having to get off the ride and go back thru the queue (line). We got there at opening time and stayed till closing, luckily the park was only opened 6 hours, so Mom and Dad were happy:)
Opening hardly any one there, we had the park almost to ourselves for a while
The kids insisted on riding ALL the rides.
Some they rode again, again, again and again:)
Park's closing show with their mascot Gully. There couldn't have been more than 200 people there.
Family memories will last a life time!!!
My daughter has read the book Gulliver's Travels so she was able to explain to my son many of the things we saw. My son now has an interest in reading the book but I don't think he is ready for the classic version. Going to the library to find a junior version of the story. Learning can occur anywhere including a theme park:)!!
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