website made the caves look amazing. In the middle of a very pretty village and plenty of free parking. Queue for tatty paper tickets then a ridiculous queue to get into caves. You can hire buggies for £10 but the caves are completely inappropriate for buggies you'd spend longer clipping the kids in and out of the buggy for them to be worth it. We came early on Good Friday and were probably the 2nd tour of the day so "only" queued for about 20 minutes to get in. When we came out the queue was ridiculous. Tour was too slow and very tedious. People chatting (not the guide's fault) but if they wan't people to listen they need mics. The information they gave could have been on plaques or a guidebook rather than a tour. I was bored out of my skull. Cost us nearly £50 for two adults and a 4 year old for the day. You can spend less than that and get a year's membership to SS Great Britain. The 4D cinema show was a whole world of weird. It's themed as a witches spell gone wrong but after a long introduction involving a witch and a bat you go into a cinema where they show Ice Age in 4D??? WTF? Our 4 year old loved the soft play and as we visited on a miserable rainy day it was a godsend. We had 2 sausage rolls and 2 cups of tea and it cost us over £10. The Victorian arcade is charming but I am sorry we came here. Filled a day but I'd have rather gone back to another museum in Bristol paid the same and had a better time. Don't go.
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