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Hey cats when you are spaced out on good acid and wish to take the trip to a higher level then I can think of no better place to go than the Gnome Magic Garden.
Spooked my psyche to a place of surreal contentment.
We went with a disabled adult friend, so it cost us nearly £15 to wander round the woodland for about half an hour and another £5 for a drink. We went years ago when everything was well maintained, now the bushes are overgrown, some of...More
We went with low expectations, hoping for a "it's so bad, it's good" kind of experience and nice little walk. It turns out it's actually just breath-takingly, depressingly, hit your head against the wall and prey for death kind of bad.
Came across this on ‘days out with the kids’ and thought we’d give it a go. Was a good laugh seeing the different gnomes and our 3 year old loved it especially finding the 2 little Wendy houses. Lots of gnomes but most could do...More
Imagine, if you will, a lonely man walking through a herd of gnomes, like a scene from a budget horror movie. Children watch in fear, adults glare in disgust, and gnomes stare with a painted glaze in their tired, focused eyes at the man before...More
I've been here twice now and it's mine and my friends (20's) really like it. We walk around for an hour and see what they're doing and what ones we didn't see last time. We then get a scone (really good plain scone) with cream...More
well I read the reviews and thought could it be that bad.... well the gardens were nice it was a nice walk. but the gnomes are very old looking now .. for 5 pound not good value for money but have done it could have...More