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East Links Family Park, Dunbar

(4.4/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Had an amazing day with daughter, was 1 child 4 adults. Took my parents as was visiting Scotland for a holiday been coming to east links since I was a child. Spent whole day here playing with daughter...  more »
  • Visited today and had to replace my sons pass which I feel rather ripped off about. Pay all that money then have the nerve to charge £5 for the card then an extra £4 for the photos which the girl forc...  more »
  • Been here twice now. First time wasn't a lot to see or do but much investment has been spent and it's a must to visit. Although investment does mean more expensive prices for family tickets. If more d...  more »
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  • My 7 yr old loves this place. Keeps on adding attractions. Good value for money as you can easily spend a whole day
  • Great day out for the family. Plenty of activities and things to see. Very pleasant and friendly environment.
  • Fantastic non stop fun for kids, relaxing and entertaining for adults. Lots to do, so plan ahead and arrive early. Lovely location all round.
  • Have always enjoyed days here but this year it was just far too busy! Apparently we were there on the busiest day so far this year but it was just chaos - there were children waiting patiently to get on the go karts while others went round and round swapping with friends until they were ready to go again, this should have been staffed, similarly the plastic sled type things for children to slide down hill were very limited and difficult for younger children to get a hold of. The jelly belly had a maximum age limit yet it was full of teenagers diving about which made it unsafe, again should have been staffed. The larger go karts for groups to go round the park clearly stated they were to be driven by an adult - I lost track of the amount of groups of 10 - 14 year olds driving round screaming unsupervised pretty much out of control. The issues with children unable to comprehend queuing or following rules could have been sorted by parents supervising but as it wasn't staff were definitely required to ensure safety of others and smooth running. 2 of the toilets were out of order leaving 3 working for the thousands of visitors which made for a very unpleasant wait. I think extra staff supervising on days like this and probably a maximum park capacity would have made our visit more enjoyable. I would have been better throwing the money I paid for our family away this year unfortunately.
  • Great place for kids. We've been a few times and it's a place you can spend the whole day. The kids love feeding the animals, riding the train, using the go carts, playing in the castle, the parks and the slides. It's not cheap- but it's very good.