Things to do at Gulliver’s Valley review
Gulliver’s Valley is a newly opened Gullivers theme park near Sheffield in South Yorkshire. They are planning to add more rides and attractions but there is already plenty to do there with 23 rides (mostly outdoors) and other attractions indoors and outdoors. It’s a great theme park for children around 10 years and younger although there are a couple of scarier rides for bigger kids.
Indoors you will find Gully Town with 3 rides aimed more at toddlers. Also indoors you will find a big climbing wall, caves, crazy golf and a play area. Other non ride attractions include three outdoor play areas, a mini farm and a themed Wild Wild West area to play in.
Outdoor rides can be found in four themed areas. There’s a dinosaur themed lost world with a couple of water rides, a 360 thrill ride, plus three smaller rides including swings. In Smugglers wharf you will find a pirate ship, a little boat ride for smaller kids and a barrel ride.
Toyland has rides more suited to the younger visitor with a carousel, mini ferris wheel, fire trucks, rockin’ tug boat, jumbo ride and mini diggers. There is also a laser tag area which my son loved. The final area is Western World where everything is themed on America’s Wild West. There’s a water ride, drop ride, prairie ponies, mini roller coaster and a mini train.
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FAQ and Further Information Gulliver’s Valley
Is there food and drink available?
There are a few food outlets including a cafe, sweet treats, a restaurant where you can watch theatre shows, hot dogs and more.
What are the main things to do?
Theme park with 5 different areas, indoors play area with crazy golf, rides and more. Outdoors there are another 20 rides and other play areas. There are toilets and plenty of places to eat.
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Higher-priced. Depending on when you book will depend on the cost of your ticket. Tickets can range from £15 per person up to £25. If you visit during an event the price increases on the normal entrance fee.
Is there parking?
It is free to park.
When are they open?
Gulliver’s Valley is open for most of the spring and summer with selected opening over autumn and winter. For up to date opening times and dates please follow this link.
Only assistance dogs are permitted.
Are they accessible?
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