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Dare you take the challenge of Arthur's Quest?Only you can help release King Arthur. You will journey through the aftermath of battle, the Lost Labyrinth in Avalon, find Merlin in his magician's chambers and discover the evil Mordred. Beyond lies...more
As the weather was very temperamental today we made the reluctant decision to spend the day at Lands End. We had purchased an advanced ticket for 2 adults and 3 children for access to all attractions.
My teen son and his friend first wandered off...More
Why this ‘attraction’ is even open is beyond us. Completely out of date, cheap, shabby, ‘horrific’ in parts -luckily our kids were more concerned with walking across the rope bridge and missed the models of dead ‘boys’ with arrows sticking out of them and the...More
The attraction scared our two children (4 and 7) which resulted in them screaming to get out! Their nerves aside I can see what they are trying to do with this but really it's too short and low quality. We paid £14 and did feel...More
This was hilariously bad! I have to be honest, we knew it was supposed to be for kids but when Brian Blessed is narrating, you have to give it a try.
The quest itself was quite good, up until the dragon. So you pull a...More
4 year old was petrified. 8 year old enjoyed it but also found it a bit scary. There was one particular area which had bodies hanging from the ceiling, even I found it a bit much!
Not very big and not much to do. Walk...More
When my family and I visited Land's End this year, we did not know about Arthur's Quest, but upon seeing it, we just had to go inside! I am 29 but a child at heart!
The mirror maze is a wonderful piece of craftsmanship and...More