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Gullivers World

"what are we doing today?"

Gulliver's World contains a number of themed areas together containing over 80 different rides, attractions and shows, plus restaurants and shops.

These include Western World, The Lost World, Smuggler's Wharf and Lilliput Land, The Splash Zone Indoor Water Park and more! All of which combine to keep even the most active of children occupied for a full day.

There's also a brand new Nerf Zone attraction here which offers the kids the chance to commit high tech warfare in the most thrilling of environments yet friendliest of fashions! It's loads of fun for over 6s and it's one of the indoor options, so a great tactical fallback in case of sudden attacks of weather!

No Gulliver's park would be complete without its resident characters, Gully and Gilly Mouse and all their friends, including, Dora the Explorer and Diego from Go Diego Go, are on hand throughout the day to entertain you and add some real magic to your day.

Gulliver's Theme parks are a family business, set and run by a family so they understand the needs of a family. No new attraction, ride or show enters into any of the parks without it being fully trialled to make sure that it suits the needs of a family.

"i'm hungry"

There are many places to eat at all Gulliver's Theme Parks throughout the parks. From Gulliver's Travels Restaurant serving home cooked meals to Gilly's Coffee and Sandwich Bar.

healthy food

Gulliver's World offers healthy substitutes and cooks all products in trans fat free oil.

"Can I have one of those?"

As well as all the things you would usually expect to find in a souvenir shops you can buy Gully and Gilly t-shirts and other souvenirs.

"i need a wee"

There are plenty of toilets throughout the park including disabled toilets and baby changing facilities.

"are we there yet?"

By car: Getting to Gulliver's World is easy, if you are on the M62, simply exit at Junctions 8 or 9 and follow the signs to our door. If you are approaching us on the M6, exit at Junction 21A on to the M62 towards Liverpool and then off the M62 at Junction 9. By public transport: Trains arrive at Warrington Central and Warrington Bank Quay stations from various parts of the country. From Central station to the left and just around the corner is Warrington Bus Station where you can get the Service 18 or 18A to the top of our drive and then it is a five minute walk to our entrance. From Bank Quay Station walk into the centre of Warrington to the bus station and then as above. By bike: Cycle lanes are available on Cromwell Ave, the main access road into Gulliver's World. Access can also be obtained by cycling through Sankey Valley Park. Consult gate staff for parking information. any top tips?

Over 40% of the rides at Gulliver's are undercover so there is always plenty to do even when it is raining.

Gullivers World
Gullivers Warrington
Old Hall
Telephone: 01925 444888
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Admission: 2016 Prices:
Tickets from £17.95 all ages with discounts for buying in advance!
Under 90cm Free!
These are best value combo ticket prices, other options are available.
  Opening Times: 2016 Opening Details:
Gulliver's World: Open at February half term, Easter, most weekends in April and May and most days from June to the beginning of September. Also open for October half term and for Christmas in December.
Wednesday through Friday : 2pm to 7pm
Weekends and School Holidays: 10am to 6pm
(with seasonal variations).

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