The sun was shining and we hoped we'd be in for a good day.
Firstly I'd like to say it's not a cheap day out. A family ticket is around £70 but for that you get to come back as many times as you want within that year, you also gain access to 10 attractions based around Ironbridge that you can access at any time. If you keep your ticket and there's an attraction you haven't visited within that year you can still go to each one once - which I thought was great because it's fair distance from us. I was still a bit annoyed at having to pay £3 to park as well after the big ticket prices though, but this is a pretty minor gripe really.
|With their pocket money!|
Our youngest did make the first hour or so particularly hard as he decided he didn't know what he wanted. In the push chair he wanted carrying, carrying he wanted to walk and if he walked he just cried on the ground. I guess being a two year old is hard with all these decisions but we felt quite sheepish as he screamed, and I mean SCREAMED, the place down. Goodness knows what anyone thought!
|Carbolic soap - I brought some to try and use for my hair - I'll let you know how I get on!|
|Another great outhouse!|
The May pole was out and being used by the fair and with the sun shining the whole palce looked truly gorgeous with games to play outside.
|Games left out to play with - a nice touch|