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Report - The grail of all Explorations... Crinkly Bottom



Yes you guessed it - Mr Blobby's House

I wont deluve too much info on its whereabouts but its in the grounds of a Zoo in somerset. Its pretty hard to find, and youve gotta be brave as when you get close - you can hear tigers mincing around, but its all good fun.

This place is the last reminants of a Mr Blobby amusment park - closed down 10 years ago when people sadly lost interest in him - the house is all that remains - there was at one point a theatre and animatronic attarctions which have also disappeared.

Apolgies for the quality of the images - it was getting dark and my flash mysteriously broke.



It's pretty small - not worth a massive car ride but still would be a great place to camp out.


Guessing these things surrounding the moat used to be lights??



Mr and Mrs Blobby's bedroom


Sadly i couldnt get any decent photos of the living room and bathroom but looks like theres been a few raves taking place as theyve been trashed. As for features theres a few things knocking about - mainly a baby blobby high chair, tooth brushes, toaster and sofa.

All in all... expected so much more - not that amazing but still a bit of fun.


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so does me go

First up, cheers to the OP - I knew some of the history of the place, but not that the house was still standing... always thought Mr Blobby was shit, but it made for a fun couple of hours.

You mentioned a baby Blobby high chair?


Where baby Blobby was conceived? (Now there's an image for you... :rolleyes:)


I had to pull it from the undergrowth in the garden, but mate, you seem to have missed the blobby bog :D


If anyone needs any more blobbyness, the set is on flickr.