Action-packed summer of fun awaits families at Milton Keynes theme park

    Milton Keynes theme park, Gulliver’s Land, has lined up fun-filled activities and events for families over the next few months.

    Gulliver’s Land is turning 25 this year, and to celebrate its birthday, the theme park has lined up some fantastic and fun-filled activities and events for families to enjoy over the next few months – and has new themed accommodation for guests to enjoy!

    Characters Bing and Flop, from the hit Bing Bunny books by Ted Dewan and the TV series, Bing, will be making special appearances each day at Gulliver's Land, and there is also the opportunity to book a Bing-themed sleepover, birthday party, or playtime.

    All this is, of course, in addition to the more than 50 rides, attractions, shows and activities to savour at Gulliver’s Land, which include The Runaway Train, Dragon Siege 360-degree pendulum, and the Grand Prix Racers rollercoaster.

    The fun continues on Saturday, August 31, which sees Gully and Gilly Mouse, along with the gang host a Summer Sparks Spectacular, when families can enjoy extra ride time with extended opening hours (10:30am-08:30pm) – all rounded off by a jaw-dropping fireworks display.

    The Dino and Farm Park, which is adjacent to Gulliver’s Land, will give youngsters the chance to meet the famous Very Hungry Caterpillar from the book by Eric Carle.

    Day tickets for Gulliver’s Land start at just £18 per person (on selected dates), and if you book early, you can save more money – with the best option being to book online at least two days in advance.

    Tickets for the Dino and Farm Park start from just £10 per person, ensuring lots of dinosaur discovery and farmyard fun.

    Adventure-seeking families looking to turn their visit to Gulliver’s into a memorable weekend stay have a range of accommodation options available, including Princess Suites, Dinosaur and Unicorn themed lodges, and Woodland Lodges.

    And great news for those wanting to extend their stay – Gulliver’s Land has expanded its accommodation offering, with four new holiday lodges, now open in time for summer visitors.

    Sue Conway, resort director at Gulliver’s Land, said, “With the summer holidays fast approaching, everyone is working hard to ensure the park is ready to welcome all the families who love to visit and soak up the Gulliver’s atmosphere. We are really excited for visitors to discover our new holiday lodges, which are a direct result of a boom in overnight bookings.” She continued to say, “As we mark our 25th birthday, we are keen to ensure families receive great value for money, particularly given the recent increases in the cost of living, and for that reason we are pleased to say that we have managed to keep ticket prices at Gulliver’s Land the same as they were five years ago.”

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