THE new £5m BeWILDerwood attraction is finally opening this year, after being delayed due to the pandemic.
The woodland theme park is opening in Cheshire from April 12, the second to open following the success of the Norfolk park.
The park is known for avoiding loud rides and technology – inside are 10 huge structures, including an eight metre high treetop ride called the Sky Maze, as well as climbing walls, mazes, zip-lines and rope walks.
Kids will love the names of the attractions, from the Wobbly Wires and the Slippery Slopes to the Broken Bridge and Curious Treehouses.
There is also face painting, storytelling, craft workshops and den building for little ones, all included in the ticket price, while parking is also free.
None of the rides feature any technology either, so kids can enjoy going back to basics.
There also isn't much junk food at the park either with many of the meals and snacks using local farmers and fresh products.
Guests can eat at either the Cosy Cabin or the Munch Bar, with options including sandwiches, soups and salas as well as a few treats such as crips and flapjacks.
Families wanting to save the pennies are allowed to take in their own picnics.
BeWILDerwood is based on the book series by Tom Blofeld, with the Norfolk branch opening in 2007.
Tickets to the Cheshire attraction cost £17.50 for kids between 82cm and 105cm, and £19.50 for people over 105cm.
Kids under 92cm go free, while people over the age of 65 cost £12.50.
Here are some other exciting day trips which you can take with all the family this year when allowed.
Day trips and staycations can go ahead from April 12, although can only be from one household, or up to six people outside.
It also only allows self-catered holidays – hotels and other accommodation will reopen from May 17.
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