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Storybook Gardens, London

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Theme Park · Water / Amusement Park
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Take your children to an enchanting park corner and enter a world of stories at Storybook Gardens. Leap across the Frog King's lilypad, climb through the Old Woman's shoe, and catch a story at the village stage. Built in 1958 with some of the original features still open, the garden has plenty of activities to keep the family entertained. You'll find food and drink served at several concessions across the gardens. Note that bottled water is not sold but visitors are encouraged to bring their own containers to fill up at the fountains. Our London day trip planning website makes visiting Storybook Gardens and other London attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Easy to find, easy to park and free parking is very appreciated. Everything is wheelchair accessible. Suitable for ages 3 to 9 when it comes to the rides and the attractions. Toddlers will look but... 
    Easy to find, easy to park and free parking is very appreciated. Everything is wheelchair accessible. Suitable for ages 3 to 9 when it comes to the rides and the attractions. Toddlers will look but...  more »
  • Went with a small group of friends - children were 3, 3, and 6. This park is fantastic for young children. The train nor the Ferris wheel were working but it didn’t matter. There was still plenty for....  more
    Went with a small group of friends - children were 3, 3, and 6. This park is fantastic for young children. The train nor the Ferris wheel were working but it didn’t matter. There was still plenty for....  more »
  • Have been here twice with my grandchildren. Both times we both enjoyed it. I for seeing their happiness watching the bird shows, plays, going into the waterpark and playing on the vast amount of... 
    Have been here twice with my grandchildren. Both times we both enjoyed it. I for seeing their happiness watching the bird shows, plays, going into the waterpark and playing on the vast amount of...  more »
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  • This is a fun place to take the family for the day. It is geared more towards younger children and has a couple of small rides on site including a train in the park out front. Big draw is the splash pad, it is large and seems well maintained. The changing booths were a bit dirty but likely to be expected with the amount of people using them. Food was good, standard amusement park offerings. Large pirate theme play structure and some climbing walls are good for kids too. There is also a small play village for kids as well. We have been several times and always had fun.
  • This place is beautiful! I've been walking on springbank park for years and never noticed there was a secret castle hidden behind the trees with so many fun rides and amazing natural views. It is like a smaller version of centre island in Toronto, and offers many fun things you can do. I personally enjoyed the swing chairs and the carousel, even though they are designed for smaller children adults can still safely and enjoyable ride. They also have tower slides and you can climb ropes at their park. Lastly, stop by the beaver tails conveniently located there, or grab some ice cream or other snacks and gifts from the in-house gift shop or restaurants.
  • Affordable, family friendly experience. Definitely geared toward younger kids. Lots of interactive play and plenty of shade to stay cool. We showed up around 1130 AM and there was no line. Food service was a little slow but that's because they only had one open and it was lunch time. Relatively good food prices. They have taps at the water fountains to refill waterbottles. The sheer number of Canada Geese roaming around is unreal. The kids had a blast!
  • Good place to take the kids for a day. Alice in Wonderland? themed, they only have like 4 or 5 riders here and it's mostly for younger children and toddlers. They also have a small water area which is pretty cool too. Tip - don't miss the rain ride which is located in the other side of the parking lot which is wierdly OUTSIDE of the park itself
  • If you are in London Ontario and you have kids, this place is a must see. Bring the swimsuit and let them play with the extended splash pad. Admission around $8,rides for $2.70. I loved this place and my 6 years old son did too

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