Gulliver’s World

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Having been to Gulliver's many years ago I was quite keen to visit again to see how things had developed. They haven't. The park was partially open due to the time of year, it had a run down despondent feel to it and is badly in need of a good overhaul and clean. The staff were generally good. The floor in Gully's big top grill was wet and it looked like the roof was leaking, not particularly clean and it was sadly lacking any atmosphere. The Pantomime was an odd affair, it was Cinderella, one of the characters was a king acting drunk which left everyone around us bewildered, a good degree of miming was involved and all in all, it was poor. The tent lighting looked good on entering, it was downhill after that. Being at the back gave us the opportunity to walk out and go home, as did others. There is potential however it doesn't seem to be used. This seems only for small children, there is not much for teens to do here. There is a splash world which we didn't try, this has no pools, it is essentially wet play for small children.


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