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Treasure Island, Stourport on Severn

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Far too much jammed into this area, and the section by the river is such an eye sore, have a clear out guys, you don't need all of this crap  more »
  • Ive been here now twice, Ive been with the kids and as a couple on our own. I love this place cause everyone is friendly and welcoming, it's good for kids but there is a good enough rides and u have t...  more »
  • All rides require you to purchase tokens. A token costs 60p. Each ride requires at least 4 tokens. Yes that's £2.40 for one ride. And if you want your toddler to go on you have to pay for the adult to...  more »
Google
  • This fair takes you back to your childhood as all fairs do. Rides and fair are dated but plenty of people still enjoying themselves and paying out to go on them. You pay for rides using tokens. We purchased 10 tokens for £5 which gave our 7 year old 3 rides. We used the 2p machines in the arcade, used £1 and got a few prizes from the machine and the tokens it dispensed. Better than other places. My daughter was very happy with her stash. Always a pound well spent. Be sure to visit the marina immediately behind the fair. It's like a different world - pretty, peaceful and with several good places to stop for a cuppa and a bite to eat - try the windless or olivers cafe.
  • Very busy over the Bank Holidays.. Very expensive too. Best time to visit is after 1600hrs when the crowd's filter down. A nice afternoon out with the family followed up with fish & chip's eating by the River Seven.
  • There seems to be more attractions here than there used to be. Would like to see it get modernised slightly.
  • Would have had 5 stars if parking was free.
  • A lovely place for kids and adults with lots of rides, food and a Shipleys. Had lots of fun