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*LATEST UPDATE* Adventure Wonderland is reopening on Monday 12th April 2021
All visits to the park will need to be pre-booked and there will be a limited amount of tickets available each day.
You can watch their latest video about the recent changes they have made to be COVID Secure.
Dorset’s multi award-winning family theme park, Adventure Wonderland, is the perfect spot to unlock the fun this year. 2021 marks Adventure Wonderlands 30th Anniversary.
A wide range of outside rides and attractions are open including family favourites such as Jungle Falls, Battle Boats, Wild Bill's Runaway Train and the Turbo Teacups. In order to ensure visitors are COVID safe, families ride together and there is no mixing with others. Ride carriage distancing and cleaning is in operation.
Visitors are also able to 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.
Resident characters; Alice, the Mad Hatter and the Queen of Hearts, are on hand to greet visitors, appear for socially-distanced photo opportunities and take to the stage for outdoor performances.
Grab and go refreshments are available in the Wild Thing Café and the outdoor Flamingos snack shack. There's also lots of outdoor space for playing and picnicking.
For inquisitive visitors there's the outdoor Alice Trail where they can find out more about the story of Alice in Wonderland.
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 all across the park, social distancing demarcation lines at queuing points and one way systems where necessary.
Limited 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 half day sessions will run from 9.30am – 1pm and 2pm – 5.30pm. Entry for adults and children 3+ years - £10, 2 year olds, seniors and registered disabled - £5.
|Open New Year|
|2021 Opening (12 April 2021 - 31 December 2021)|
* See website for full details of opening dates and times: www.adventurewonderland.co.uk
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adult Admission (half day)||£13.00 per ticket|
|Child Admission age 3 and over (half day)||£13.00 per ticket|
|Child aged 2 (half day)||£6.50 per ticket|
|Child under 1||Free|
|Registered Disabled (half day)||£6.50 per ticket|
|Senior 60+ (half day)||£6.50 per ticket|
Ticket prices vary by season, for information visit www.adventurewonderland.co.uk.
When the full park is open, Wild Thing is included as an attraction and cannot be accessed separately. Children under one go free.
From Southampton and beyond
Take the M27 Westbound towards Bournemouth. M27 becomes A31. Follow the A31 to the A338 Turn off, take the left lane onto the A338 towards Bournemouth. After 7miles follow the brown Adventure Wonderland signs left off the dual carriage way, then right at the traffic lights. At the roundabout turn left onto the B3073, Parley Lane. Go past Bournemouth Airport on your right. Adventure Wonderland is the next turning left.
From the north
From Shaftesbury and beyond take the A350 to Blandford Forum, then the B3082 to Wimborne Minster. From here take the B3073 through Wimborne, following signs to Bournemouth International Airport. Once on Parley Lane with the Airport on your left, go past the golf course on your right and Adventure Wonderland is the next turning right.
Take the A338 towards Ringwood, Come off the dual carriageway where it is signposted Christchurch, following the Adventure Wonderland Brown signs, turn right at the junction towards Bournemouth Airport. At the roundabout turn left onto the B3073, Parley Lane, past the Airport on your right. Adventure Wonderland is the next turning left.
Nearest railway station is Christchurch. Taxi required. There are no buses to the attraction.
Journey planning: Visit the Traveline website: www.travelinesw.com to plan your journey.
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