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Jesperhus Feriepark, Nykobing Mors

(3.9/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
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  • As the title suggests is that in Jesperhus flower park "something" for all ages: children, parents and grandparents, and you get the urge to come back again! And again!
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  • A large floral park with its large flower plantations and some other things such as parrots, reptiles, lamb, canteens, HC Andersen's fairytale title and a train to ride around in when her legs became tired. Lots of beautiful flowers make this one of the better sights in Northern Denmark. Can really RECOMMEND.
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  • Really a great place-if the weather is with you! Fantastic gardens, good madmuligheder, plenty of children's entertainment-lends itself well to family outings
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  • Very expensive food and drink. Very nice flower park. Limited selection of rides outside, and an indoor playground.
  • Don't go if you want to feel welcome. We visited Jesperhus in the summer of 2012 and again in 2014. We had a great experience in 2012 and came back with high expectations which Jesperhus unfortunately did not meet. All the facilities are still there and are fine, however the people working there are inconsiderate, rude and generally treating the guests as a nuissance. We had several bad experiences, and when talking to our fellow campers, they had shared some of these as well. We tried going bowling. Jesperhus was advertizing that if you could get a strike when a red cone was in front, you would win something like slush ice for your lane. This was something that the children really went onboard with because now maybe they could give their parents something for a change. What do you know, our neighbour lane did it! Their son got a strike with the red cone in front and ran up to bar to get his price, but came back in tears saying that the barkeep didn't believe him and he couldn't get the price. When the parents went up to set him straight, he told them that the policy was that he must witness the strike otherwise it wouldn't count. So in other word you would have to call down the barkeep (who was busy serving the guests) to look when you take your turn. That piece of information was not stated anywhere on the adds for this, and honestly why would you treat your guests with this kind of mistrust, not to mention the kids?! All for a round of slush ice, what does that cost Jesperhus? We also went to the jungle party with our kids, where they advertize that the kids get to go to the movies after the show. The food was so so, but that's not why you go anyway. You go because you want to give your kids a great experience. After the show, the kids were told to go outside near the cinema to get their pirate diplomas. While the kids were waiting in line for diplomas, they started letting some into the theatre. Before all the kids could get their diplomas, they shut the doors in front of the rest of the kids, telling them that they should have been there on time to watch the show. What the hell?! My kids where heartbroken because they felt they missed the closure of the party with the other kids. Understand this, it wasn't about that particular movie, it didn't matter, it was about feeling left out from the other kids inside the theatre. When I confronted the personel with this odd behaviour towards children, they told me we could just wait 20 minutes for the next feature and of course buy an extra cup of coffee while we waited. My kids didn't want that since it was about being with the pirate party and not about going to see just any movie. So I had to console them and do something nice with them at the caravan to end that day with a good experience. By now I pretty much had it with their treatment of the small guests at this place, so I went and complained to the manager about how they behaved towards kids, totally indecent. The manager outright called me a bad mother and accused me of making the situation bad for my kids. In a very condesending manor she told me what a good mother would have done instead, and also didn't understand why we felt we didn't have our moneys worths because we could have just seen the next movie instead. Apparently, she didn't understand when I told her that it wasn't about that movie, we can go anythime to see that darn movie because we have an all year pass to this attraction, it was about leaving some kids behind and blaming them for being late when they were told to wait in line for diplomas. They wouldn't refund our money for that evening, but offered us a 15$ teddybear for the kids with the comment "if I had my childrens best interest in mind, I would take it". This proves the level of understanding for their small guests and how they treat them to prove it. This terrible mother will not expose her kids to that kind of holiday experience again.
  • Nice park but we were unlucky with weather and park should have an alternative to the one indoor dining restaurant. Also toilets could be more delicate and clean...
  • Great for the whole family (kids 4&5)
  • Flot blomsterpark.