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We visited in the first week of the October half term with children aged 10,12 and 13. Being close to Halloween there was an extra activity where children had to follow a trail and find answers to quetsions to form a word. It took them...More
We really enjoyed our visit there. You can learn how to make honey and actually see it being made with your own eyes. They tabe you to see the bees and explain clearly and simply the life of a bee. There are a few activities...More
Despite the many good and excellent reviews, I must say that this attraction had yet to fulfill its full potential as an international, world class attraction. Many parts of the site are signposted in English and other European languages, but the main educational talks and...More
We had visited in 2015 and the kids had happy memories so we went back expecting to find the same trail etc. But the trails were both upgraded and in a brilliant way. We had 2 kids on the older activities and 1 on the...More
We visited last August not expecting very much to be honest and were blown away by this little gem. The kids loved the forest trail, the bag with the equipment they needed to solve clues, the different things to find and learn about and the...More
We arrived at 1pm to find that it was closed (open to school tours I think as there were kids inside). It opened to the public at 2pm. Might be different at peak times. It was worth the wait.
Our daughter was given an explorer...More
An excellent introduction to beekeeping and the life of the hive and its hierarchies. The children loved it, they were even given bee wings to wear. Great fun and very informative. A word of warning the visit was only in French and I don't know...More