With the government easing lockdown restrictions gradually following the third national lockdown, we’re excited to see many UK attractions are setting out their plans to welcome visitors back through their doors. After what feels like forever, we’ll have the chance to enjoy a day out again - and just in time for the Easter holidays too!
As we know from before, it won’t just be back to normal straight away - we can expect phased openings, reduced capacity, and lots of additional safety measures in place, as well as the need to book ahead in advance.
Here we have all the details for reopening dates for top attractions across the UK - we’ll be keeping this updated in the coming weeks too, but you can also check out our Facebook page for announcements. These dates are confirmed in line with the current government advice, but please bear in mind some dates may be delayed as part of the roadmap announcement.
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Theme park reopening dates
Ready to ride a rollercoaster again? These are the confirmed opening dates for some of the biggest theme parks in the UK - just remember to book in advance.
Paultons Park, Hampshire - Monday 12th April, tickets available to book now
Drayton Manor Theme Park, Staffordshire - Monday 12th April, tickets available to book now
Alton Towers Resort, Staffordshire - Gardens open from 29th March - 11th April for local residents, theme park open from Monday 12th April
Chessington World of Adventures, Greater London - Monday 12th April for park only, hotels and Glamping to follow at a later date
Thorpe Park, Surrey - Monday 12th April
Crealy Theme Park and Resort, Devon - Monday 12th April
Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Lancashire - Monday 12th April
Wicksteed Park, Northamptonshire - Gradual reopening from 17th April, fully opened for 22nd May
Zoo and safari park reopening dates
If you’ve been missing catching up with your favourite animal attractions, then you’ll be glad to hear that they’ll be open again soon. Here are the confirmed opening dates for some of the best zoos in the UK - again you’ll need to book in advance in most cases.
Edinburgh Zoo, Edinburgh - Open to Edinburgh residents only from 26th February
West Midland Safari Park, Worcestershire - Monday 12th April
Twycross Zoo, Warwickshire - Monday 12th April
Marwell Zoo, Hampshire - Hoping to reopen on Monday 12th April
Paradise Wildlife Park, Hertfordshire - Book now for visits from Monday 12th April
Woburn Safari Park, Buckinghamshire - Planning to reopen on Monday 12th April, tickets not yet on sale
Farm park reopening dates
Spring is the perfect season to visit a farm park, thanks to the incredible lambing season, adorable baby animals and loads of outdoor fun. Here are the confirmed dates for some of the most popular children's farm parks in the UK - just remember you'll likely need to book in advance and capacity may be reduced.
Odds Farm Park, Buckinghamshire - Monday 12th April
National Trust reopening dates
There has been no official confirmation from the National Trust yet about reopening, so check back soon!
Other attraction reopening dates
Treasure Trails, nationwide - Open and available now
Go Ape, nationwide - Planning to reopen on 29th March, with tickets available from to book now
Mother Shipton's, Yorkshire - Open weekends in March (subject to weather conditions) then every day from 29th March
Warwick Castle, Warwickshire - Monday 12th April
Bletchley Park, Buckinghamshire - Planned to reopen on 17th May
Check back soon as we confirm more attraction reopening dates for 2021!