From looking at the rides I think my kids are too old, boys aged 9 & 10.
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
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?
Yeah... don't !
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
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
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!
Heat for the cause.
In a word, no.
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
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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Posted 8th May 2019Posted 8th May 2019
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% off
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
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.
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Great find - thanks!
I would running the opposite direction of that place!
Posted 2nd Apr 2019Posted 2nd Apr 2019
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% off
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).
Maybe, maybe not. Gulliver's themselves say that their theme parks are aimed at families with children aged 2-13.
Matlock is a winner but very steep on hill new Gullivers getting getting built in Sheffield , something to see in future
W In everyone’s opinion, which site is better?
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?