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Is CBeebies Land Worth The Money? | Is Cbeebies Land Suitable For Babies?

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I should start by saying I have not been paid to go to Cbeebies land although the lovely people at Konfidence did treat us to this lovely break as part of their Swimologist programme. That being said, I as always will be completely honest with you and tell you what I really thought of our experience there.

Firstly we went on what we thought would be a quiet day, out of the school holidays, mid week. It was still busy so I absolutely dread to think what it would be like on say a bank holiday or a really sunny day in the school holidays. I say busy but we didn't really have to que for longer than 10 minutes for anything, although we did use our early entry passes to maximise the ride opportunities so that could be why. Oh and it chucked it down the first day so who else would really want to be getting drenched whilst listening to In The Night Garden for hours?? SO my top tip would be plan your visit wisely, off peak if you can.


Is CBeebies Land Worth The Money? | Is Cbeebies Land Good For Toddlers?

Is CBeebies Land Worth The Money? | Is Cbeebies Land Good For Toddlers?

CBeebies land is at the start of the Park located on the right hand side as you enter, so as long as you haven't parked miles away you should be fine with a buggy etc.  This area of the Alton Tower’s theme park is perfect for the little ones, even Alex (1 year old) had a great time as there is just so much going on there, music, bubbles, actors walking about, characters etc, all very stimulating. So I would honestly say it is as much for one year olds as three/ four year olds. The optimum age would probably be 3 so they are big enough for all of the rides in there but young enough for all of the experiences but there is so much to do that you would fill the day for any age.

Daisy absolutely loved it. She ventured on the majority of the rides, with the new Octonaut roller coaster being one of them. I went with her on this one and my goodness IT IS FAST! I wasn't expecting it to be honest and was a little surprised! But she enjoyed it none the less, even if she did look a little terrified when it first whizzed around and then started for a second time!

Is CBeebies Land Worth The Money? | Is Cbeebies Land Good For Toddlers?

If you can take your own food then I suggest you do. There is loads of space for picnics and the food wasn't all that wonderful in the Cbeebies part itself and as you can imagine it was over priced, of course it was. It always is in these places. Daisy and Alex had cheese rolls and fruit from one of the lunch box cafes there and it was okay, they weren't disappointed but for the money we spent they could have had a great picnic.

There is no denying that is a pricey day out. Ticket Prices are fairly steep and sadly there is no CBeebies Land only ticket although I can see why as that would be pretty difficult to manage. So it’s a full Alton Towers ticket. Although under 3s are free!

Is CBeebies Land Worth The Money? | Is Cbeebies Land Good For Toddlers?

My last tip would be Do not think about leaving the buggy/buggy board at home or in the car to save the hassle of parking it in the buggy parks. You will need it! The car park is a fair walk away and Alton Towers is a vast place.There are loads of places to keep your buggy there so I honestly wouldn't worry.

Hope this helps a little,

Hayley x


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8 comments:

  1. I'd love to take my 3 yr old here. All these theme parks though quite an expensive day outs, and a lot less fun when you're an adult.

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  2. We've yet to visit as it's a bit of a distance from us, but it looks fab. Maybe we could do a weekend break x # popping over from TriedTested

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  3. My daughter just turned 3 last week and I know that she would love cbeebies land. It is expensive though I don't think that I would go unless we got some kind of offer on the tickets especially now that she isn't free. There looks like there is plenty to do.

    Jodie x
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  4. ah I reckon my kids would love this, it's really far for us though x

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  5. We've been to Cbeebies Land a few times now and we love it but the queues can be awful at times.

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  6. We love Cbeebies land and had an amazing day there in April. We go back next week and the kids can't wait! We use clubcard vouchers for free admission!

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  7. We've never been but my boy is crazy about In The Night Garden at the moment so I'm sure he would love it there. x

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  8. Never been, but that looks fun! I love the visuals, they are super cute.

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