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Justin’s House Pie-O-Matic Factory

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Get ready for some madcap fun, as you help Justin, Robert and Little Monster make the best custard pies ever! An interactive indoor play area, Justin’s House Pie-O-Matic factory, allows you to test out the very latest inventions from Robert the Robot. Have fun and go wild, in here there is only one rule – there are no rules!

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Min. Rider Height: 0.9m
Max. Rider Height: None
Age Restriction: Under 18s unless with a child
Ride Photography: No
Fastrack: No
Single Rider Queue: No

Tech Specs

Manufacturer: Merlin Studios
Ride Type: Playhouse
Opened: 5th April 2003
Rethemed: 24th May 2014
Duration: 8 mins 00 secs

Guests enter Justin’s house and join a queue line which features a number of jokes painted on the walls, plus television screens showing episodes of the popular television show on which the attraction is based. As you approach the front of the queue you see various designs by Robert the Robot for his ‘Pie-O-Matic’, before heading towards the entrance of the main play area where you are handed a purple bag to help you collect the specially designed foam balls.

Once inside there is a variety of methods to choose from to launch the foam balls across the room, from air cannons to air powered tubes – you just need to choose your weapon then decide where to aim your shots! Each cycle lasts approximately 8 minutes. Once finished you hand your purple bags back to the attraction hosts and exit the attraction.

The site of Justin’s House Pie-O-Matic Factory was originally home to some of the many animals in Old Macdonald’s Farm. In 2001, with the nationwide outbreak of Foot and Mouth disease, the animals were sadly culled in order to avoid restrictions being placed upon the park.

In 2003, to replace the animals, the park opened Berry Bish Bash (sponsored by Ribena). A specially designed fun house, the attraction provided an exciting, crazy and chaotic experience, where children could use a range of devices to launch the specially designed foam balls all across the building.

In September 2013, Berry Bish Bash was closed in order to make way for the new CBeebies Land development, when it would be rethemed to Justin’s House Pie-O-Matic Factory for May 2014.

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Construction

When Old Macdonald’s Farmyard and Storybook Land were rethemed into CBeebies Land for May 2014, we documented its construction.