After wondering whether Adam would be too young to enjoy w5, we finally took the plunge and paid it a visit earlier in the year. He loved it, and so did we!
With so much to do, for adults and kids alike, on our most recent visit last week, we decided to purchase season tickets for the attraction. (If you visit regularly, these are definitely worth the money!)
Under threes go free so there really is no excuse not to pay them a visit and have a great family day out in return!
Our favourite part of the experience is the Discovery area. This is an area designed for under 8s. They have everything you could ever need under one roof for allowing children to use their imaginations. There’s a shop, a car garage with a real car to explore, as well as a section to build a formula one car, an interactive art section, a huge train set, a farmyard, building and megablock areas, dolls houses, a water section and so much more! We have been there twice and still haven’t managed to fit every section in.
With a cafe serving scones, sandwiches and tray bakes or an indoor picnic area for you to bring your own food along, it really is a great place for a day out for all the family.