Popular attraction. Lots of animals for children plus a fortress to explore and close by the beach. What more could you want??
Visited on a November day, two adults and four wee ones and like others on here felt the admission fee was fairly high, however we had so twenty percent off voucher which helped and spent no money when in the park. As it was November we virtually had the place to ourselves which was great, no queuing or waiting for... More
Spent a great day at East Links. As others have said, it's not the cheapest of attractions but there is so much to see and do and, unlike other places, no 'hidden extras' once in the park. Four year old son loved the ball blaster, fortress and trampolines while we enjoyed seeing the animals and taking the trip on the... More
Really enjoyed ourselves despite the dull weather. Great that you can take a picnic as well for those on a budget
Animals the train the bikes the food the area the people the castle the jelly bellys and just everything
I have been to east links ever since I can remember and have always loved it- it's quite pricey but when you see everything they have to keep up- prices are understandable. My family and I always spend hours here and are never let down. People have complained it's overcrowded but I don't mind this as if it means it's... More
Visited here a few times never get tired of it the kids love it and there's so much to do. With plenty of animals to see and feed, soft play, jelly belly, trampolines,diggers a fort with slides, tunnels etc, a train to take you round the park, and lots more. You could visit in all weathers but there's limited activities... More
Great day out, been lots of times. My son still talks of the tartan sheep! Plus points: Food is good and good choices and good price - with various eating areas including an outdoor bit if you brought a picnic maybe Animal selection is fabby - could there maybe be a centre in the future for some slimy creatures.... love... More
We visited East Links Family Park at the beginning of September 2013 while we were camping near by. We visited as 4 adults and one 3 year old and had fun from beginning to end. We found the price very reasonable, £12ish for adults and the same for 3 years and over. At first I thought it was a little... More
We arrived after 2pm with 2 babies (18 months and 12 weeks) so £42 for 4 adults for a couple of hours was a bit steep since we could not really do much. Park would be great for older children, lots to do and then I feel it would be value for money.
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