I have fond memories of going to the Irn Bru Carnival as a child (although it might have been called something different then?). We’d go in between Christmas and New Year, and unlike a traditional fair, the bands meant you could go on as many rides as you like – very exciting when you’re a kid!
We were sent some complimentary tickets this year and I was really looking forward to recreating the memories with Erin
They’ve changed the band system to a ticket one, however it’s still a good value family day out.
Tickets cost £13 each and come with ten tokens. This is Europe’s largest indoor fair so there are loads of rides to choose from. All the rides cost one token per rider and two tokens per stall. Additional tickets can be purchased – £6 for 5, or £1.50 each. We didn’t need any extra.
We rode the Twister, Dodgems, Crazy Circus, Waltzers and more… There are rides suitable for little ones right through to teens so you can safely take the whole family.
As with most attractions like this, the food and drink is a little pricey, however I noticed a very good family dining deal for £25 which included drinks.