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Giggle Alley is beautiful but incredibly creepy. Neither my husband or I believe in ghosts, nor are easily spooked but both of us found the walk very creepy and unsettling. I suppose it would be a great place to go if you wanted this feeling!
We found this little gem when looking for the the local shop to get ice lollies! We walked through the woods with the dog and 2 children under 8 and stumbled accross the japanese gardens. Its a beautiful wood with some gorgeous plants and trees!...More
Came for a lovely spring walk here today and it was a lovely experience. Its very sad to see that the Japanese garden which has been there since 1914 is a very sad state of disrepair 😥
The last review on here was in 2016...More
Was looking forward to this but it's a huge disappointment. It's so overgrown you have no idea were it starts or ends. Don't bother with this and go do something else. If you have dogs just walk past the Japanese entrance sign and about 50...More
The Japanese Garden may be very overgrown and not in its former glory, but it's good fun and a nice walk up to visit.
Be warned - it's uphill and the paths can be a bit muddy. We enjoyed the little wooden bridges and the...More
If you want a strenuous walk up a track and steps to reach the top of a hill, you're in luck. If you're taken in by the promise of a Japanese garden at the summit, think again. This is so overgrown now that you can...More