Bicton Park Botanical Gardens (Devon) Reviews
Description:East Budleigh, Devon, EX9 7BJ. tel = 01395 568465
Newest Review: ... keep upright as it is on a normal rink, i find the skates don't grip/grove the ice. You will also find a railway station, the train will take you all around the park with one stop at a picnic area, kids love this but there is an additional charge for this. There are beautiful ponds and gardens on site suitable for all ages. You will discover the indoor play area, which has a bouncy ... more
Customer Bicton Park Botanical Gardens (Devon) Reviews (3)
by - written on 27/10/09, updated on 29/10/09 (Very useful, 178 readings)
Bicton Park Botanical Gardens, is a great visit, be it for an hour or 2 on a rainy miserable day or a whole day out on a nice day. You arrive at the park near Sidmouth near Devon, there is plenty of parking spaces, and if you need to drop a member of your party of at the entrance you are able to do that, and they also have disabled parking, as well as overflow parking. The park is well sign , and easy to find. You pass the entrance desk (which does have some pushchairs and wheelchairs for use) and you arrive directly into the gift shop, it sells a vast range of gifts, from toys, books, precious stones, hand made items and so on, though be prepared ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/09 (Very useful, 106 readings)
The other week we were on holiday in Devon, the weather was mostly horrible and having a 3 year old who hates being stuck indoors we knew we would have to find something interesting to do even if it meant we would would get wet! I did a search on the internet and over and over I was finding that people were recommending Bicton Park which I had heard of but had always thought of it as somewhere for older people not young families! ==Bicton Park== When we got to the park we found a very large carpark, there is a designated area for disabled people and an overflow carpark. There was a path leading to the main entrance which was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/09/08 (Very useful, 164 readings)
Bicton Park is situated in East Devon, close to Budleigh Salterton, in the Otter Valley. Readers of some of my previous reviews will know that I'm keen on quieter (not too rowdy!) days out, and this seemed like an ideal outing. This sunny weekend just gone, we decided to take a picnic and explore the gardens. On arrival there was plenty of free parking, admission to the park is £5.95 for children and concessions, and £6.95 for adults. This seems to be good value compared with other local attractions. I'm happy to tell you that Bicton are currently accepting Tesco Deals vouchers, meaning that this was another bargain day out for us! When you have ... Read the complete review
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