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Dibble and Grub.
I hate to use a cliche but this really is an attraction the entire family can enjoy. The walkways around the village are tarmacked and easy to navigate with little white arrows pointing the main routes through. There's a high view point which allows you a bird's eye view of the entire village (well, "bird's eye" if the bird is sitting in a large tree rather than flying over the village) and a well thought out children's play area next to a cafe. I suppose if I did have one negative comment it's the fact that at £9 per adult I think the entry prices are a little steep (with usual concessions for children, OAPs etc.) but I'm guessing there are a lot of overheads on a site like this - not least of all the gardeners who keep the all the bonsai trees and surrounding shrubs and bushes in darned near perfect condition. If you've never been then it's most definitely worth a visit; it's only 10 mins from J2 of the M40 and there's decent parking nearby. If you've already been there then maybe it's time you popped back to see what's changed and spot how many things you missed seeing last time around.