2 for 1 Diggerland Tickets via Free Downloadable Voucher at Littlebird (Children under 90cm FREE)
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2 for 1 Diggerland Tickets via Free Downloadable Voucher at Littlebird (Children under 90cm FREE)

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Found 27th Oct
Not often you see the 2 for 1 offer come up for Diggerland!

Use the downloadable voucher on the link to get 2 for 1 on the day (gate) admission prices to any Diggerland UK


- Valid until 29th October 2017 - so you could take the kids this weekend!
- Children under 90cm go FREE


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9 Comments

Brilliant day out.... Even for the adults

We went yesterday as we got a family ticket bought for us at Xmas, it wasn't too bad, the kids were a bit bored after an hour as its just the same things to do. We only stayed for about 2 hours.

pink_elephant18 m ago

We went yesterday as we got a family ticket bought for us at Xmas, it …We went yesterday as we got a family ticket bought for us at Xmas, it wasn't too bad, the kids were a bit bored after an hour as its just the same things to do. We only stayed for about 2 hours.


Because everyday you get to drive diggers, or sit in and be spun around by one?!

Kids today!

We went to the one near exeter and all loved it, the kids enjoyed driving the 4x4 car and I could have spent all day digging holes and then filling them back in.

Rickardo53 m ago

Because everyday you get to drive diggers, or sit in and be spun around by …Because everyday you get to drive diggers, or sit in and be spun around by one?!Kids today!


Yeah but once you've done that then there's nothing much else different to do apart from dig another hole or get spun around by another digger. Just giving our honest opinion!

pink_elephant15 m ago

Yeah but once you've done that then there's nothing much else different to …Yeah but once you've done that then there's nothing much else different to do apart from dig another hole or get spun around by another digger. Just giving our honest opinion!


Ok, I appreciate it depends on the ages of the kids and perhaps which park you visit. I haven't been for a while, but the Devon one had mini diggers that even my 6 year old could drive around and 4x4 Mitsubishi Shogun that my older ones could drive themselves. Then there were also indoor sms outdoor play areas. Certainly enough for a good few hours, but I did question whether I would pay the full entry price.

Rickardo2 h, 10 m ago

Ok, I appreciate it depends on the ages of the kids and perhaps which park …Ok, I appreciate it depends on the ages of the kids and perhaps which park you visit. I haven't been for a while, but the Devon one had mini diggers that even my 6 year old could drive around and 4x4 Mitsubishi Shogun that my older ones could drive themselves. Then there were also indoor sms outdoor play areas. Certainly enough for a good few hours, but I did question whether I would pay the full entry price.


We went to the Durham one. To be honest, we did agree that if we had paid the ticket price we would go home thinking we'd not got our money's worth (as the tickets were bought for us) and I don't think we could spend a whole day there, not even in summer. I agree though it completely depends on children and their ages, ours are 3&7. It was bloody freezing too! Don't get me wrong, it was enjoyable but short lived. Might just be my kids lol

pink_elephant1 h, 37 m ago

We went to the Durham one. To be honest, we did agree that if we had paid …We went to the Durham one. To be honest, we did agree that if we had paid the ticket price we would go home thinking we'd not got our money's worth (as the tickets were bought for us) and I don't think we could spend a whole day there, not even in summer. I agree though it completely depends on children and their ages, ours are 3&7. It was bloody freezing too! Don't get me wrong, it was enjoyable but short lived. Might just be my kids lol


Sounds like the Devon one is better, then.

So what is the price?
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