Things to do at Blackgang Chine review
Blackgang Chine has plenty of things for the whole family. The oldest amusement park in the UK, it is home to a number of different themed lands such as a Pirate Cove, a Cowboy Town and even a dinosaur area with animatronics!
Set in a stunning cliff top location, the views are incredible. I would recommend taking the site slowly and visiting every section, taking in the views as you do so – there is so much to explore for all different ages.
There are a number of different rides on site for varying age groups although the main audience would certainly be 12 and under for the majority of them. From the Cliffhanger roller coaster to the Waterforce water slide and even Snakes and Ladders, there really is something for everyone. As well as a selection of fun rides, there are various other parts of the park to enjoy and explore such as the Giant Bug Walk or the Musical Pet Shop.
I would wholeheartedly recommend visiting Pirate Cove – the Crossbones Adventure Play Area is a particular favourite with ladders, rope netting and a pirate shooting gallery whilst Cowboy Town also provides a fun family experience – you can be the Sheriff or the outlaw of your own town – breaking into the bank, visiting the jail or or even climbing into a stagecoach! There’s even a Tootin’ Tots play area for smaller children to explore with plenty of winding mines to crawl through.
There are plenty of different eateries at Blackgang Chine as well as a number of different gift shops dotted around the site to pick up any souvenirs you may like. A particular favourite would have to be the gift shop in Cowboy Town.
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FAQ and Further Information Blackgang Chine
Is there food and drink available?
There are many different eateries on-site to choose from. From the Chine Cafe which serves a selection of freshly made to order pizzas, paninis, sandwiches and jacket potatoes among other things to La Cantina which offers all of your Mexican favourites. Picnics are permitted.
What are the main things to do?
Themed lands such as Pirate cove, Cowboy town and Dinosaurs with rides and other attractions. There are toilets and a choice of places to eat.
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Higher priced. Tickets are £20 each and under 4’s are free. This includes free returns for 7 days.
Is there parking?
There is free parking.
When are they open?
They are open most school holidays except for Christmas. For up to date opening times and dates please follow this link.
Dogs are welcome on a lead.
Are they accessible?
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