As blog ambassador for Weymouth Sea Life Adventure park, we had the pleasure of spending a lovely day at this fun-filled theme park in Dorset last Wednesday. And luckily, the sun was out that day, making the experience even more pleasurable for us.
If you’ve been following my blog for some time now, you will remember F, little T’s first best-friend, while she has a number of new best-friends, F will always remain special to her, so it wasn’t really surprising when we asked whom among her friends, she would like to take to go on an adventure with her to Weymouth, she chose him. After all, when on a fun-day out, it’s always best to enjoy it with a friend right?
We left Cornwall about 8a.m. and after countless of “Are we there yets” (that started around 8.20), we finally arrived at 11am at Weymouth Sea-Life Adventure Park with two excited 5-year-olds. There was already a queue when we arrived and we also had a bit of a delay going in,because of some miscommunication between the Sea-life Adventure park and their marketing department, but when that was settled, we were finally in. And much to the delight of the two kids, they had a “Finding Dory trail” to do (they’ve just seen the movie).
T and F had fun gazing at the different species including the famous clown fish and blue tang fish first made famous by the movies Finding Nemo and Dory.
And then they spied the Splash Zone and wanted to play in the water just like the other kids. I’m glad I listened to one of my blogger friends who advised to bring their swimsuits. It was a warm day, so playing in the water was actually a welcome idea.
And also for the adults to have a little rest, while watching the kids have fun in the water. As you can see, it was a total hit with T and F. We had a bit of a hard time convincing them that there were still many things to do and see at the Sea-life adventure park.
They did the trail, had fun touching the star-fish at the rock-pools, loved the New Ideas Zone where they learned which creatures used electricity to hunt or feed and also enjoyed looking at the blue luminous coral.
And of course, an adventure park won’t be one without the rides …
All in all it was an enjoyable experience for the kids, especially for young children like T and F. Prepare to spend a whole day to be able to experience all what Weymouth Sea-Life Adventure Park has to offer.
Was it worth driving all the way from Cornwall to Dorset? Definitely! The look on the kids faces, don’t lie, do they? Watch the short video below and you’ll see what I mean.
If you’re in the area and have little ones, it’s certainly worth a visit, especially during the summer. Click here for more information about Weymouth Sea Life Adventure Park.
Have you visited? What do you think?
*As mentioned, we are a blogger ambassador for Weymouth Adventure Park, but all views in our posts related to them are ours alone. Also, all photos taken are also by yours truly.