Adventure Wonderland has so much in store for 2019
'Egg'cellent fun at Adventure Wonderland this Easter
There's loads of 'egg'cellent fun to be had at Adventure Wonderland in the Easter holidays, including meeting PJ Masks’ Catboy and Luna Girl. The crime-fighting superheroes are making their first visit to the park on 17th April and are sure to be a big hit.
There's outside rides and attractions plus a new show in the Happydrome Theatre. And, every day over the bank holiday weekend, there'll be egg and spoon races and Easter egg hunts in the giant hedge maze.
Visitors can also meet the pint-sized ponies in the new Shetland World, where they’ll have the opportunity to pat and stroke them.
There’s also the vast indoor Aztec adventure play centre, Wild Thing! including the brand new interactive Jungle Zap Zone!
And, for a bit of fun the hugely popular Upside Down House opens as a separate attraction (not part of the main park entry price) this season. The house is fully furnished, arranged over two storeys and is perfect for quirky photo opportunities - great for posting on Instagram and Facebook.
Plus, new for 2019, children visiting Adventure Wonderland can get in for FREE at the Aviation Museum opposite!
New for 2019
Jungle Zap Zone
Quick as a flash on the incredible Jungle Zap Zone
Children can find out if their reactions that are as quick as a flash on the incredible new Jungle Zap Zone at Adventure Wonderland.
They can challenge themselves, their friends or family on the brand new reaction speed interactive game.
Located in Wild Thing! a large indoor soft play area, Jungle Zap Zone really takes some beating and children will love testing their reaction times. It's perfect for families and groups of friends visiting the park for the day or attending a birthday party.
Aviation Museum partnership
Adventure Wonderland is ready for 'take off'
Children visiting Adventure Wonderland this season can get FREE same day entry to the Aviation Museum opposite from the 6th April.
Visitors can sit in the cockpits of the aircraft and helicopters, fly a plane around Dorset on a simulator and also climb on board the big yellow bus and sit in the driver's seat or go on the top deck and enjoy the panoramic view of Bournemouth Airport.
Aircraft at the Aviation Museum include a Vulcan bomber, a sleek black Hunter jet fighter and a supersonic Lightning fighter.
Visitors to Adventure Wonderland just need to show their ticket receipt at the Aviation Museum and children will be admitted free of charge on the same day.
Pint-sized bundles of fun at Shetland World
Visitors to Adventure Wonderland can get to know some little bundles of fun at Shetland World, new for 2019. They can come and meet these friendly, fun-sized ponies. And, if they stroke and pat, them they might even get the chance to give them a carrot or two …. their favourite snack!
Upside Down House
Upside Down House opens at Adventure Wonderland
For a bit of fun the hugely popular Upside Down House opens as a separate attraction (not part of the main park entry price) at Adventure Wonderland this season. The house is fully furnished, arranged over two storeys and is perfect for quirky photo opportunities - great for posting on Instagram and Facebook.
Visitors can walk on the ceiling, go downstairs to go up, do handstands on the sofa without taking their feet off the floor and let their imagination run riot.
Entry is via the Adventure Wonderland car park and is subject to a separate entry fee. Adventure Wonderland visitors will get a 25% discount on entry to the Upside Down House..
Character Days in 2019
Throughout the year Adventure Wonderland welcomes a number of fabulous visiting characters for the day and there’s also a chance to meet some of our own park characters including Alice, the Mad Hatter, the Queen of Hearts, the Cheshire Cat and Mr Rabbit.
'Roar'some T-Rex back at Adventure Wonderland
Back by popular demand Titch the T-Rex and his dinosaur friends are returning to Adventure Wonderland on the 29th and 30th June.
Titch will be on his best behaviour wandering around the park so there'll be plenty of photo opportunities for the extra brave.
When he's not on the prowl he'll be behind a fence so the more cautious can get a closer look.
Small children will be able to sit on Gretel, an animatronic Triceratops and pose with a dinosaur egg or leg bone.
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What's on this Easter
Are you looking for some fun through the Easter holidays? Maybe you want to go on an Easter Egg Hunt? Meet the Easter Bunny himself or visit somewhere new? Our What's On Guide will help you plan your diary for a packed fortnight local to you or maybe even further afield if you are feeling more adventurous! Click here and localise to get started!
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