Surrey theme park near London, with over 40 rides & attractions in 10 themed lands, amazing animals in the Zoo and SEA LIFE centre and two Resort hotels.
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lots to do and see
Good for family with Young kids 👌🏾
New Dreamworks penguin show is so much better than last years. Some of the rides are starting to show their age.lots of rides for small kids
Great rides, aimed at younger children but I found it fun too. The 'zufari'& whole animal section was superb. Food available in park is satisfactory but not great. The hotels are good.
Vampire and bubbleworks are the best rides by far
Only one till open at the entrance then only one gate open to get in or out, it like they can't function here without making people queue !!!
Great family day out.
Use the 2 for 1 discount from the leaflet that you can get at train stations, save money!!
Amazing day out - go at half term and you will wait a MINIMUM of 75 minutes PER ride
Staying at the new Azteca Hotel, good food and great atmosphere.
The refill drink for £7 is great value
They try to extort money from you at every turn. Icing on the cake was cash machines that charge £1.60 per withdrawal.
Great day out for those with kids under 10
Love this place. What a fantastic way to spend the day
Fantastic day out for all the family!
Use your annual pass and then get fast passes to skip the queues and make the most of your day. Great for 9-10 year olds as only a couple of rides which need height above 140cm.
Kids eat free after 3pm at a number of restaurants. Please note: Only free when purchasing an adult meal, though it's still good value especially in the all you can eat Pizza and Pasta buffet.
Could really do with a sign before you pay saying half the stuff is closed
The Zufari is a must ;-)
a view from the @SkyRide 👀📷 la tnsonhaa !!
I made a mistake by going on a saturday because its always soooo busy so next time say yess!! to weekdays ..
Not really great for families with the youngest child about 12/13, most of the rides are tame and quite short!
Ripoff, long waiting hours... Dont go on bank holiday...
Merlin pass holders get a free hot drink at 3pm
Head to Xtra Adventures for Fastrack, Animal Feeding and Behind The Scenes tours!!
DON'T waste your money on photos or photo packages here...quality is crap and no one cares...
Families - go to Adventure Services to get a parent swap card AND get kids measured. They give them a wrist band so you don't have to keep getting measured
Free tea, coffee or hot chocolate after 3pm for Merlin Annual Pass holders. A lifesaver in this cold weather and it's subject to fair use which means more than one ;)
It's just 'zoo days' until March 2013 as the theme park season doesn't start until then. Don't bother coming until the rides open in March, the zoo is shit and there's nothing to do.
Fantastic day out! Lots of fun - even if there are queues.
Totally amazing and most enjoyable entertainment city eveeeer
£2 for parking! Scandal!
Use the maps to decide where you want to go. To actually find anything follow the signs. Toilets best found by asking staff
Keep an eye on the brown goat that loves eating laces and tassels!
I went with my 6 year old son. Although half the park is good for that age the other half is not. Would be nice if they had some play areas for the younger kids like Legoland.
If you get the "annual" drink offer, it only lasts until the end of the year, so be careful
To get on Dragon's Fury, get there at opening time and park in the South Car Park.
Remember coming here on a school trip back in the days, used to love it. Now I think its shite.
Aimed at young children NOT teenagers..
Get the free refills for the day cup for only 3£!!!!!!!!
Buy a bounce back ticket while you are in the park - makes your next visit much cheaper
Get there before opening if you have to queue. In the holidays the traffic builds early. Better to go on rainy days. Head for the bigger rides first do everything else later.
Small zoo, aquariums and attractions, what helse?
If you have a child under 1 metre, go onto chessington website & print out a parent & toddler voucher. Only £18 & still loads to see & do.
Use your annual pass to get discount on food and drink... think its 25%.
Good day out, get a parent pass from Assisted Services if you have small kids so that only one parent has to que for the height restricted rides then the other parent goes straight on via the exit :-)
If you don't have car, take bus from station!!
Go to Thorpe Park this place is way overpriced with less rides and the 'new' Kobra ride is VERY dull.