Shreks Adventure is based on the popular Shrek franchise along with other Dreamworks animation films. Including King fu panda, Madagascar, How to Train Your Dragon but centres around the Shrek world. It’s in London near the London Eye and Sealife centre.
All of us as a family have watched all of these films, Tigger in particular
We booked a time knowing roughly what time we could be there as we knew it would be extremely busy. Most of these London attractions in the middle of the day are always busy and didn’t want the kids to be disappointed if we turned up and couldn’t get in
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It begins with Shreks Adventure
So after sorting out our tickets after arriving, we made our way through the initial entry, through themed corridors, lift, baggage area (where we left our pushchair as you cannot take them further) and queued up to have our picture taken. Most merlin based attractions have this now at the beginning. Without Shrek ears that we had picked up, we thought why not.
After the brief film with multiple different characters from the Dreamworks films appearing. We then proceeded on with the story visiting rooms to solve the adventure. Each room had a point of what we needed to do as a group to get back home, set in parts of the Shrek films. The main bad guy was Rumpelstiltskin along with witches, but for us, we had characters like Donkey,
The actors in each room were entertaining and interacted with the group, after each room we had to take something with us, so they would choose people to interact with, some Kids some Adults.
At the end of the adventure (again won’t spoil
Once this is done you can then purchase
You can make this last 90 minutes plus, and for the kids, it’s a great interaction, if you not a fan of actors up close and personal like that then maybe not a great for you. Same with Dreamworks, if you don’t really appreciate any of the films especially Shrek then it’s definitely not for you. But for the family like us who does like them, then it’s great, the scenes are good, interaction is great, the digital Screens makes it personal to what your doing.
All 3 kids enjoyed it and they are completely different age groups. Piglet loved it as she had never seen the characters up close, but she was not in a photo mood, luckily the other two participated. But as an overall experience, it’s different and good, worth doing at least once if you’re a fan.