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Gulliver's Annual Passport £89 @ Gullivers World
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Gulliver's Annual Passport £89 @ Gullivers World£89
Your Passport Includes Unlimited Entries All Gulliver's Theme Parks Warrington, Matlock Bath & Milton Keynes Gulliver's Dinosaur & Farm Park Milton Keynes Gulliver's … Read more
The_Guru

Milton Keynes is round down. Large parts need updating

Stuart_Smith

Might not be able to go over the next few months?

MonkeyMan90

Don't forget a new park is opening in Sheffield aswell. But they were also selling these for £59 each a few week back

Theme park tickets for £12 @ Gullivers
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Theme park tickets for £12 @ Gullivers£12
Brand new theme park, Gulliver's Valley (South Yorkshire), opening in June 2020 has released limited edition £12 tickets - only x100 tickets available at this price for each open d… Read more
steevieboy4u

From looking at the rides I think my kids are too old, boys aged 9 & 10.

HanSax90

It’s aimed at children under 12 it’s the only place my 4 year old can go and get on 90% of the rides. There are some bigger rides too for older kids and lots of shows/interactive things too

steevieboy4u

Was going to book this but then just looked at the website of the actual rides there (horror) Is this for kids aged under about 5-7 max?

RoosterNo1

Yeah... don't !

trickytree

Our nearest is Matlock but set on steep hill so MK much better for that and also had better rides suited for my kids. Take food with you as loads of picnic areas to eat as per usual they have expensive options but not crazy like some

Up to 2 Grandparents get FREE Entry when accompanied by one full paying person on 5th + 6th October 2019 + Book Online @ Gulliver's World
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Posted 16th Sep 2019Posted 16th Sep 2019
Up to 2 Grandparents get FREE Entry when accompanied by one full paying person on 5th + 6th October 2019 + Book Online @ Gulliver's World
A great family day out, and nice offer from Gulliver's :) Celebrate Grandparents Weekend on 5th & 6th October 2019 - 2 Grandparents will get FREE ENTRY when accompanied by … Read more
adic

Didn’t know Laura Kuenssberg was a grandparent:

gamechanger1

I just got old hehehe

Monk3ynuts

Does this count for full paying child. Or just full paying adult. (in other words can I palm my kids off with nanny and grandad) ;)

egonspengler

Makes a nice change to the usual free child places. We'll all get old one day, if we're lucky...

Gulivers World. Family Tickets for up to 4 People - £50
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Posted 14th Jul 2019Posted 14th Jul 2019
Gulivers World. Family Tickets for up to 4 People - £50£50
Celebrate the start of the school holidays at Gulliver's World, Warrington with a limited release of £50 FAMILY TICKETS available to book for 20th, 21st & 22nd July 2019! That'… Read more
Ana10

why is it not in the milton keynes one (confused)

MikeLondon

Family tickets are valid for 4 persons including at least one adult and at least one child.

Gullivers world are giving children half price tickets all summer long when booked before the 7th of July offer code FUN50
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Posted 30th Jun 2019Posted 30th Jun 2019
Gullivers world are giving children half price tickets all summer long when booked before the 7th of July offer code FUN50£9£1850%
Gullivers world are giving children half price tickets normally £18 when booked online enter code FUN50 to get half price and £9 tickets for children. Offer ends on the 7th of july… Read more
lozmeister

Any current offers?

kaiser051

i see thank you

ayaansmummy

It's not an age it's under 90cm which is around 2 years depending on your child. They do measure them at the gates so be sure before you book.

kaiser051

are under 2 year olds free? thanks

akpower

ohh , ok :D (y)

Gulliver's World Theme Park Tickets only £12.50 per person on 29th, 30th June when you bring along a food item to donate @ GulliversFun
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Gulliver's World Theme Park Tickets only £12.50 per person on 29th, 30th June when you bring along a food item to donate @ GulliversFun£12.50£17.9530%
Just saw this on their Twitter Feed and also the website, with the weather forecast to be a scorcher the coming weekend, this feels like a good getaway. You also get to do a bit … Read more
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KittyKate

If you’re taking a food bank donation, pack yourself an extra tin because the food at Warrington Gullivers is the most disgusting fried awfulness.. in fact drive past the entire dump, take your donation to the food bank, and go somewhere nicer. I recommend the MOSI in Manchester, totally free (unless you choose to donate), one of the many National Trust parks, St Anne’s (free paddling pool and splash park)... but if you want to stay in Warrington I recommend Ikea, it’s cleaner the food is edible and the kids will have just as much fun looking at rugs and tea lights as they would have getting splinters off the broken rides at Gullivers!

runtastic

Heat for the cause.

1on4

In a word, no.

james000

Depends on your expectations and I imagine the age of your kids. We went to Warrington for father's dad - dad's go free. The kids loved it (7 & 4), mostly short queues. It does look a bit tired. I wouldn't eat there if I had a choice but then we've only tried the burger bar in the past. We go for the kids, not the adults

myusernamehasgone234

Yes i’ve been no I wouldn’t recommend it see my previous comment https://www.hotukdeals.com/comments/permalink/37930007

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Dad's Go Free when accompanied by one full paying person on Father's Day Weekend 15th-16th June 2019 + Book Online @ Gulliver's Fun
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Dad's Go Free when accompanied by one full paying person on Father's Day Weekend 15th-16th June 2019 + Book Online @ Gulliver's Fun£18£3650%
Fab saving on normal price tickets which are £18pp when booked online in advance or £24 on the gate :) Dads go FREE throughout Father’s Day Weekend when accompanied by at least … Read more
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Kookykat

Thanks for this @wishihadadonkey (highfive) £37 for 5 of us on Father's Day plus it is my lads birthday so going to round off the day with fish & chips in Matlock! :3

wishihadadonkey

I think it would if you were visiting by the 2nd June - think code expires tomorrow & is valid until 2nd June HERE :)

J4GG4

For me it works out cheaper to use the BABYW8 code to get cheaper tickets for the kids.

Childs entry for £7.03 (Royal baby weight) instead of £18 with code. Book by 9th May use between 11th May - 2nd June @ Gullivers Fun
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Posted 6th May 2019Posted 6th May 2019
Childs entry for £7.03 (Royal baby weight) instead of £18 with code. Book by 9th May use between 11th May - 2nd June @ Gullivers Fun£7.03£1861%
Get entrance for kids for £7.03 - weight of the latest Royal Baby when you book online before midnight on 9th May for entrance to all Gullivers Parks between 11th May and 2nd of Ju… Read more
mrfooty

Thanks

emribena

Up to age 16 is a child and concessions are Pensioners and people on DLA / PIP with proof not students

mrfooty

What age is classed as a child? And is a student classed as a concession?

ashmac

Booked as we are going for daughters bday next week, saved us £35 this offer as we was going anyway Thanks for getting her up the duff harry

thomasleep

shame they did not go metric it would have been £3.26 then :( as for the name Rodney, Chuck or DeShawn ;)

Family 1 mile fun run inc all day entry to theme park for £9 instead of £18 on 14th July Warrington & Milton Keynes @ Gullivers Fun
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Posted 29th Apr 2019Posted 29th Apr 2019
Family 1 mile fun run inc all day entry to theme park for £9 instead of £18 on 14th July Warrington & Milton Keynes @ Gullivers Fun£9£1850%
Just seen this on Facebook. If you do a 1 mile fun run / jog / stroll / toddle on Sunday 14th July at either Warrington or Milton Keynes Gullivers, you get entry to the fun run, a … Read more
ewa.szymanska

Gullivers Land we have been in the Gullivers Land. 5 attractions did not work, and the car in the parking lot was damaged at over 2,000 pounds worth. Gullivers land in Milton Keynes did not take responsibility for anything. I will never recommend this place to friends in my life. We did not receive any compensation for the inoperative attraction. After talking with the Customer Service, I received information that all the attractions were working that day but at other times than we wanted to use. The explanation was regrettable. I warn people against this place. Never again will our leg stand in this place.

sowotsdis

Yes me too th

ind3h

Great find - thanks!

DanPitney

I would running the opposite direction of that place!

Gurutheone

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Half price kids entry for Easter holidays (6th - 28th April) when you book by 5th April with code - £9 instead of £18 @ Gullivers Fun
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Half price kids entry for Easter holidays (6th - 28th April) when you book by 5th April with code - £9 instead of £18 @ Gullivers Fun£9£1850%
If you book to go to either Gullivers in Warrington, Milton Keynes or Matlock Bath for the Easter holidays 6th - 28th April by 5th April, you can get half priced kids tickets when … Read more
fluffycabbage

Maybe, maybe not, as previous poster said. If they're going on huge crazy fast rides already, they'll probably be bored. Some of the rides are fun for older ones... my 12 year old still comes but is a bit bored now, but my 9 year old still loves it (but she doesn't like crazy rides).

moonspook

Maybe, maybe not. Gulliver's themselves say that their theme parks are aimed at families with children aged 2-13.

Artisan66

Matlock is a winner but very steep on hill new Gullivers getting getting built in Sheffield , something to see in future

deelow23

W In everyone’s opinion, which site is better?

gemniz

Does anyone know if brave 10 year olds would be bored at gullivers? I took kids when they were younger but seem to remember the rides being small?

Mum's go free with full paying person on 30/31st March @ GulliversFun
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Mum's go free with full paying person on 30/31st March @ GulliversFun
A fab day out for the family with three theme parks in the UK located at Warrington, Matlock and Milton Keynes. This is a fantastic day out for little people, with even tiniest abl… Read more
shy2406

So long as you bring a child that identifies as your offspring it shouldn't be a provlem.

yorkshiretightass

What if you identify as a mum?

Half term special - £12 entry between 16th Feb and 24th March at Warrington & Milton Keynes Gullivers Parks when you book 2 days in advance
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Half term special - £12 entry between 16th Feb and 24th March at Warrington & Milton Keynes Gullivers Parks when you book 2 days in advance£12£1833%
Nice cheap thing to do with the kids over the half term valid in both Warrington and Milton Keynes Gullivers Worlds. Need to book 2 days in advance to get it for £12 or pay £15 on … Read more
emribena

Was originally called half term special but now early season special - only open weekends until 6th April when the main season starts anyway

sarkymark1

Heat. But which school half term goes up to 24 March?

Adventchild

We did this last week and it was 12 quid for the same day. Waits weren't long but some rides kept breaking down, the little one had a blast and we managed nearly every ride available in 3 hours.

markjean

Went with this deal. Beware not all attractions were open. Long, long waits. I am disappointed.

emribena

No that’s extra as it usually is extra on top of the theme park tickets but book in advance for best prices

Free Printable Nice List Certificate / Santa's Super Star Certificate & Elf Surveillance Warning Letter courtesy of Gullivers
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Posted 17th Sep 2018Posted 17th Sep 2018
Free Printable Nice List Certificate / Santa's Super Star Certificate & Elf Surveillance Warning Letter courtesy of Gullivers
Thought with the big day looming even closer these might help increase the excitement for the little ones, one of mine is already threatened with the naughty list - if she gets the… Read more
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johnsmith1997

Heat added for moggy. (y)

bigwat

Thank you

Dynamofdh

Voted Hot

soniaj_jr

Brilliant thanks

aLV426

Try centuries!

Gulliver's World Theme Park Tickets only £12.50 per person on 22nd, 23rd, 29th and 30th September when you bring along a food item to donate - book online (also Santa Sleepover Offer)
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Gulliver's World Theme Park Tickets only £12.50 per person on 22nd, 23rd, 29th and 30th September when you bring along a food item to donate - book online (also Santa Sleepover Offer)£12.50£17.9530%
Saw this and thought it was a great way of getting in cheap to Gulliver's World whilst helping out those in need by donating a food item to the Harvest Foodbank Festival. Tickets a… Read more
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vickyboy123

Really enjoyed this place last time i visited. £129 on some weekdays otherwise £229 at weekend. Not worth that

chokingcat

Bring your own step ladders to dismount

the__cat

The place is a dump.

jplewis76

Not the best park. Discount all the same for those that like the place

hells275

yes sorry you beat me to it..save moneys or safety

Up to 2 Grandparents get FREE ENTRY when accompanied by one full paying person on 6th + 7th October 2018  + Book Online @ Gulliver's World
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Up to 2 Grandparents get FREE ENTRY when accompanied by one full paying person on 6th + 7th October 2018 + Book Online @ Gulliver's World
Great offer from Gulliver's - one that will help bring all generations / sides of a family together :) To Celebrate Grandparents Weekend on 6th & 7th October 2018 - 2 Grandp… Read more
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JGav

Depends on your expectations. If you go thinking it's Alton Towers/Thorpe Park/etc. prepare to be disappointed. My kids love it there and the queues are so much shorter than the big parks.

TiscaliSurvivor

Dozens of people live voluntarily in Warrington

s4k1b85

I have heard nothing but bad reviews about this place. Avoid. Cold.

deleted555252

What you get up to in your own bedroom is your own business.

KittyKate

Having been to the Gullivers in Warrington, I can't imagine why you'd take your grandparents there. Or go there willingly yourself. Or take your kids there. Or your dog.

Gullivers World NHS celebration weekend - Staff Enter for Free with one full paying person on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th September
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Gullivers World NHS celebration weekend - Staff Enter for Free with one full paying person on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th September
NHS Celebration Weekend! NHS Staff enter for free on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th September.* A valid NHS ID or Blue Light Card will need to be presented at the gate. *Offer Val… Read more
FunkiestMonkey

What an awful experience. I would hope they were just ignorant people. In any case, your son obviously has had more love given to him than they have received. All the best.

Reality

We forgot my son's charitable ticket. They all came with a serial number on, so I rang my husband and asked for the number. He sent me a photo of the ticket, but they told me they couldn't accept the serial number or photo as proof, as we could have forged it or kept it for the next charitable event to gain free access. I showed them communications between the charity and myself. They basically said no ticket no entry. So my husband drove 40 minutes to bring the ticket to us. While we were waiting they were sniggering at my autistic son. I would have left except my then 14 year old son with the mental age of a 3 year old, would have been devastated, as he had been looking forward to it so much. It was my fault in the first place, but they we're so nasty to us. We had to wait at the turnstile for an hour while they ridiculed my son. I rang head office while waiting, by the time the correct person got back to me, we had already gone inside as my husband had come with the tickets. Head office said all we needed to do was provide the serial number and we could have gone in. They apologised and said they would have a word with the staff. However the damage was already done and I would never go back. 😥

mackey24680

The Jeremy Kyle log flume is my favourite ride

FunkiestMonkey

What happened?

Reality

They did a similar event for special needs a few years ago. We were treated so appallingly that I wouldn't go back if you paid me!

Half price kids tickets with code @ Gullivers world
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Half price kids tickets with code @ Gullivers world
Ends tonight at midnight valid until September use code in description makes a nice cheap day out
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Gulivers Kingdom - £40 for a family ticket this weekend
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Gulivers Kingdom - £40 for a family ticket this weekend£40
Gullivers Kingdom This weekend only to mark 40 years anniversary, £40 for a family ticket and £11 for an individual ticket Family tickets are valid for up to 4 persons (including a… Read more
sidhoooooo

Been to matlock bath gullivers for 2 years on the trot, very small queues if any, on both occasions we went on all the rides,YES ALL THE RIDES and some rides twice, staff friendly, it does need a lick of paint but kids wont notice and as an adult i prefer not to stand in a queue for 30 mins for a 5 min ride, plus its a lot cheaper than drayton manor, legoland, etc

666

Not sure what you expect for £10 a head? we definitely have our money's worth every time we go, beats paying at least double that & queueing all day. Been to 2 of their parks now & stayed in one of their 'hotels' & for the little uns I can't fault them really other than a little bit of paint work needed here & there

cheekyboy23

My kids love the Dinosaur Park in Milton Keynes. I wouldn't rush back to Gulivers Land for the reasons mentioned above.

mogsog

It's a theme park and the theme is poverty.

cov4theprem

40 years since they repaired anything, or gave any of the rides a lick of paint. Wouldn’t go back if they paid me £40

Fathers Day Offers / Freebies & Gift Ideas eg Dads go FREE Father's Day Weekend @ Gullivers World
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Fathers Day Offers / Freebies & Gift Ideas eg Dads go FREE Father's Day Weekend @ Gullivers World
Thought with Fathers Day only a couple of weeks away now, it might be useful to have a thread for people to share offers & ideas. I will pop a few links below, but feel free to… Read more
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Bexbush1234

You could always buy a personalized card that I make. :D :D https://folksy.com/shops/Handmade4Ewe

MrsZebra

What a lovely post op.

Rastafari

This is what I’ll be buying. Far better value.

phillyboy

Also banham zoo in Norfolk and Africa alive in Suffolk are free for dads (y)

darkness1427

That's cos she doesn't know who the bloke next to her is.

Gullivers World Royal Baby Weight is Childrens Ticket price until 31st May £8.07 with code
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Gullivers World Royal Baby Weight is Childrens Ticket price until 31st May £8.07 with code£8.07
Ooh I do love a royal baby nice timing for my daughters birthday in May :D Royal Baby Offer!! Royal Baby Weight = Children's Ticket Price for visits until 31st May 2018!! To c… Read more
maverickyork

How do you get this deal

haiderinho

yup still valid

gungesh

They have extended the deadline to midnight Tuesday 1st May

keveh

One thing to remember about reviews is they are written by adults and not the kids. Yes it's dated and the staff aren't great, but my 6 year old had a great time! Definitely worth it for a day out

itchyone

Every theme park in the UK has lots of negative reviews on the various review sites whether they're complaining about the price of food, attitude of staff, the weather, excessive queues, rides breaking down or wasps. Maybe a combo of those. I've learned that people that have something to complain about tend to post reviews, a good many less post the reviews when they have a good time. I saw the negative reviews on there. Decided to ignore them and take the kids. Went last year, we had fun. Would probably visit again. Rather than rely upon the views of random supposed visitors on the internet, it's surely best to visit yourself with an open mind and obtain your own experience and opinion. At least once, anyway. Who knows, you may be surprised.. :D