New Zog The Dragon attraction to open at Warwick Castle this spring

THE WORLD'S first Zog-themed permanent attraction is coming to Warwick Castle this spring.

Zog Playland will open on April 9 and is based on the best-selling children's book series about an accident-prone young dragon.

Visitors can immerse themselves in Zog's world in the new attraction which features colourful dragons, crawl tunnels, dragon wing zip wires and rope swings.

The new Zog Playland follows the success of a temporary Zog-themed attraction at Warwick Castle last year which will return alongside the new activities.

Guests will once again get to participate in the interactive 3D trail which features five fun lessons from Madame Dragon’s school, where children can join Zog in striving to be the best fire-breathing students they can be.

Kids will also get the opportunity to meet some of their favourite characters from the story, including the dragon himself, Princess Pearl and Sir Gadabout.

Families that don't want the fun to end can stay the night in woodland lodges or glamping tents, complete with Zog goodies and story time with one of Warwick Castle's knights or princesses.

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Zog stay and play packages cost from £149 for a family of four and include bed, breakfast and one-day park tickets – working out at just £37.25 each.

Jamie Turner, Head of Marketing, said: “I am delighted we are able to continue to develop our product for younger children, which means the castle has something to offer all the family from preschool kids to grandparents.

"Zog has proven to be incredibly popular with our younger guests, is the perfect fit for Warwick Castle and we’re incredibly proud to become the realm of Zog for 2022 and beyond.”

In other theme park news, Thorpe Park is offering tickets for £27.50 as it prepares to reopen next month.

There's still time to bag a short break with one-day park entry to Legoland from £50pp this half term.

Take a look inside the new CBeebies Land attractions opening at Alton Towers this year.

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