Day Out at Puxton Park

Last month, my family and I went out for a trip to Puxton Park.
I had been told about how good it was, 
so I was excited to see for myself and I have to say it did not disappoint!
There is so much to do here, you could easily spend a whole day or more!

We began our day by heading to the Miniature Railway. The train runs around the lake and through the fields where there are lots of farmyard animals. 
It's quite a short ride, but a lovely way to begin the day.

Next, we decided to go and see some animals. First we headed to the Falconry Centre. The birds were very fascinating and beautiful, especially the owls. Truth is though, I am terrified of birds! We also later on watched the Falconry show! It was really good! 
After the Falconry Centre, we visited the other animal pens, and the Pet Center.
Baby Boo absolutely loves animals, so she was very excited!

As it was a rather hot day we needed a way to cool down so next we headed to the Bumper Boats. They are new for 2014, and a lot of fun! We had to queue for a little while, but that is understandable and totally worth it!

For lunch, we sat down on the grass near the play area and had our picnic.
After lunch, we played a bit of Crazy Golf!
We had to queue for this as well, as there wasn't enough clubs.
We really only had to wait about 10 minutes, and it was a lot of fun.

After the Crazy Golf we decided played the Adrenaline Zone.
A fun play area full of swings, zip wires and even a human hamster wheel!
(Yes i'm a big kid!) and then we headed to the pedal Go Karts.
We all had a go, even my dad and I! It was really fun, and no one made us feel like we were too old to have a go! Which I thought was really great.

To end the day, we headed to the Indoor Play Barn.
I have to say I was thoroughly impressed!
On the Puxton Park website they state that 
'We don't believe the kids should have all the fun,
 and that's why our play barn is suitable for adults too!' I love this!
My teenage siblings, my dad, my boyfriend and I all had a go!

There is loads of slides, including a tunnel slide and two death slides. 
All of us wen't down the three storey death slide, including me 
(with lots of encouragement, I was terrified!)

There is also a toddler area with a ball pool and a slide too,
 which Baby Boo really enjoyed!
I am pretty sure we spent a good couple of hours in the Play Barn!

If you can't tell, I am so impressed with Puxton Park!
There are lots of places that state they are 'family friendly', but are often more aimed at younger children. Puxton Park is completely different as there is absolutely something for everyone! Whether you have young kids, or you are a big kid at heart (like me!)

The entry prices are very good value too with prices starting at £4.70 per adult!

I highly recommend Puxton Park for an exciting, fun filled day for the whole family.

(We visited Puxton Park one weekend, and loved it so much we went back again 2 weeks later!)

This post was sponsored but I did not receive monetary compensation. 
In exchange for writing this review, I was given x2 family tickets.

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