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Devon's Crealy Great Adventure Park, Exeter

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More than 60 farm- and animal-themed attractions await your entire family at Devon's Crealy Great Adventure Park. Rides, tidal pools, and play frames for children are spread out on the park's 40 hectares (100 acres). Even rainy days are fun inside the 7432 sq m (80,000 sq ft) indoor play area. Hop on the Safari Express train and look for wild animals at play, then shoot colorful balls at the Jungle Wars attraction. Live shows, friendly animals, and fun games are sure to create precious memories. Make Devon's Crealy Great Adventure Park a centerpiece of your Exeter vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Exeter holiday planner.
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Quayside lodging provides access to restaurants and pubs with a hip, urban vibe. Exeter's city center is dotted with both boutique hotels and hotel chains that are near shopping and museums. Consider a B&B near the Exeter Cathedral for a peaceful and scenic stay close to the city's main architectural attraction.
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  • Was here last week, Stevie, Jordi and Jonathan were absolutely amazing made my child feel less scared to get on the ride! Amazing people who made me and my little girl smile! Will be back again soon t...  more »
  • I'm a exchange student from Spain and I went to Crealy a few weeks back with my host family, their kids and some friends. Quite pleased with the minimum amount of queuing we had to do for the main rid...  more »
  • Visited during our holiday. Was rainy but still plenty to do. We took advantage of free return and came back another day kids love it clean staff are really friendly!  more »
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  • My 12 year old son loves Crealy. If it's good weather he will go on the roller coasters, driving school, log flume, aqua blasters and outdoor play areas. If it's not so good then there's a great indoor activity area with drop slides and walkways. There's even an indoor mini zoo with horses, donkeys, rabbits, pigs and goats. There are several food venues offering various menus at reasonable prices or you can bring your own picnic and there's plenty of seating available and a large grassy area with a lake. All in all Crealy is great value as your entry ticket allows you to return for six days for free and you can let the kids play in a safe environment while you relax ☺️
  • My 2yo and 6yo boys adore this place and we spent 3 days of our 1 week holiday there. The kids would have been there every day of the holiday if they had their way. Purchase a 1 day pass to cover return visits for a further 6 days so great value. Food on site wasn't very cheap but was much better quality than I have had in other similar establishments.
  • A fun filled day out in Devon. Not the cheapest day out but certainly worth the money. Has quite a few indoor areas too so good for wet days. If you want to save some money take a picnic. They have lots of benches dotted around the park.
  • Lots to do with the family and the park is a good size. Still improving with some new rides. Food is a tad expensive but what do you expect for an adventure park. Kids have lots to do and plenty of seating around. Indoor play area has staff walking around to make sure everyone plays safe. Bonus military discount is about 50% and the usually do an armed forces day entry to the park.
  • The park itself is great. A good layout and easy to find your way around. The only problem I had was with so called fast passes. We had to get a bus at 6.30am to be there for opening. Turns out after queing for a while which is to be expected, we had to wait even longer so the fast pass holders could go first. Happened on every ride so very disappointed with this. After all, we paid for tickets the same as everyone else and had to travel for three hours to get there, not to be able to enjoy half of it as ran out of time. Sort this crealy and I will be back. Otherwise I just haven't got that long to wait for everyone else to have fun