The popular forest attraction BeWILDerwood will open next month.
Families can book tickets when it reopens on February 19, in time for the half-term study period.
The park is known for its avoidance of noisy games and technology – inside are 10 giant structures, including an eight-meter-tall treetop known as the Sky Maze, as well as wall climbing, enchanting bow, zip-line and walk on the rope.
Kids will love the names of the attractions, from Swinging Wires and Slippery Slopes to Broken Bridges and Curious Treehouses.
There’s also face painting, storytelling, craft workshops and cave building for young children, all included in the ticket price, while parking is also free.
Park manager Hannah Monteverde told Warrington Guardian: “We’re also getting face painting this year, just like everything here at BeWILDerwood is included in the price of the ticket – so there’s no hidden costs, just lots and lots of fun for those exploring. .”
BeWILDerwood is based on the book series by Tom Blofeld, with the Norfolk branch opening in 2007.
A second park was opened in Cheshire last year.
There’s also not much snacking at the park, with many meals and snacks using local farmers and fresh produce.
Guests can dine at the Cozy Cabin or Munch Bar, with options including sandwiches, soups and salads, as well as a few snacks like crips and jeans.
Families looking to save pennies are allowed to make their own picnics.
Sightseeing tickets currently on sale, with families encouraged to book in advance due to expected demand,
Children under 92cm are free, while fares start from £13.50.
Here is another one newly opened games and attractions across the UK this year.
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