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Gulliver’s Themes Park for Half-Term

Gulliver’s have three magical theme parks – situated in Milton Keynes, Matlock Bath and Warrington, they’re specially designed to suit families with children aged two to 13, so there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

With themed areas like Lilliput Land, Adventure World, Dinosaur Kingdom and Discovery Bay each packed with rollercoasters, log flumes, carousels, dodgems and much more, there’s so much for families to see and do. Plus, each area is full of added attractions, entertainment, play areas, shops and food outlets too.

New for 2011…

Take a swashbuckling spin on the exciting new Pirates Cove ride at Gulliver’s Warrington!

Get fright of your life at Milton Keynes when you scream your way through the haunted Ghost House! Then be enchanted by a captivating new Under the Sea Adventure black light show.

Treat younger children to a fun twirl on the new Jubilee Carousel at Matlock Bath… Plus, getting around the park is now a breeze with the new travelator!

SplashZone is a water play factory located next door to Gulliver’s Warrington and Milton Keynes theme parks. With no standing water, it’s suitable for children of all ages even if they can’t swim. It’s the perfect place for birthday parties, afternoon treats or just a splashtastic summer cooldown!

Gulliver’s Milton Keynes also boasts its own Dinosaur and Farm Park – this adventurous world of discovery takes you from the mysterious prehistoric world of dinosaurs to life on a modern day farm, complete with friendly farm animals and fun challenges. A separate entry fee applies.

Gulliver’s theme parks and attractions are open throughout the summer holidays.

To find out more about Gulliver’s, to check specific opening dates and times, or to book online, visit www.gulliversfun.co.uk

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One thought on “Gulliver’s Themes Park for Half-Term

  1. We love Gullivers but the 9 year old is just about too old for it. We haven’t been to the SplashZone though, might give it a go this summer.

    Posted by Jacq | June 4, 2011, 9:12 am

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