Hey Duggee is one of the happiest, most fun shows on kids TV and its star, Duggee, is visiting Adventure Wonderland for the first time on Wednesday August 26th.
The Duggee costume character will be making appearances at intervals throughout the morning and afternoon, so fans have the chance to see him and have their picture taken from a socially distanced photo point. A-WOOF!
Visitors to the multi-award winning theme park are able to enjoy a wide range of outside rides and attractions including family favourites such as Jungle Falls, Battle Boats, Wild Bill’s Runaway Train and the Turbo Teacups. To help ensure visitors are COVID-19 safe, families ride together and there is no mixing with others. Ride carriage distancing and cleaning is in operation.
Visitors can also see the pint-sized ponies in Shetland World, get lost in the south’s largest hedge maze and get adventurous in the outdoor play areas. And, for inquisitive guests, there’s the outdoor Alice Trail where they can find out more about the story of Alice in Wonderland.
There’s also resident characters, such as Alice and the Mad Hatter, on hand to greet visitors and for photo opportunities in a socially distanced Tea Party setting.
Plus, visitors can join Alice, the Mad Hatter and the Queen of Hearts at the Wonderland Arena Stage for new show, “Rock, Roll & Jam”. It’s a rock-tastic, fun festival, sing-along show for all the family!
Grab and go refreshments are available in the Wild Thing Café and the outdoor Flamingos snack shack. And, during August on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays visitors to the park will get 50% off food, up to £10 a person, as part of the Eat Out to Help Out scheme. There’s also lots of outdoor space for playing and picnicking.
Adventure Wonderland has been awarded the Visit England ‘We’re Good to Go’ mark as all the recommended safety measures have been implemented to keep the park COVID secure, ensuring the safety of visitors and staff. This includes staff PPE, intensive cleaning regimes, sanitiser stations throughout the park, social distancing demarcation lines at queuing points and one way systems where necessary.
Limited park tickets for half day sessions are available via online pre-booking only in order to ensure visitor numbers are kept strictly within government guidelines. The park is open daily and the half day sessions run from 9.30am – 1pm and 2pm – 5.30pm. Entry for adults and children 3+ years – £12, 2 year olds, seniors and registered disabled – £6.