Chessington World of Adventures Theme Parks

Chessington World of Adventures
Chessington
Chessington
Surrey
KT9 2NE

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Come to a place where tales of family fun never end. With a major new themed land specially for 2-8 year olds, a great new family spinning coaster and a park crammed full of activities, attractions and rides suitable for under 12s, it's strictly families first at Chessington World of Adventures in 2004.

Great surprises in Animal Land... explore the 'Trail of the Kings', jungle themed animal experience enabling families to get 'up close and personal' with one of Europe's most successful West Lowland Gorilla families.

Continue the adventure in the jungle themed temple setting of the Big Cat enclosures, coming eye to eye with some of the worlds most beautiful and rare cats. And don't miss other animal antics from the Birds in Flight show to the creepy and the crawly inhabitants of Creepy Caves.

Would-be-menacers will be able to pick up a few tricks from 'Dennis the Menace', 'Gnasher' and the rest of the Beano gang as they cause no end of mischief and mayhem throughout the day in Beanoland.

Plus, don't miss the chance to catch the gang on film in the meet and greet sessions taking place throughout the day!

For the really brave, venture into the Forbidden Kingdom where Rameses waits for his ultimate revenge.

Take the quick fire challenge of Tomb Blaster in an action packed interactive adventure ride. Whilst you're exploring don't miss the tempting delights of the Casbah Cafe where you can enjoy a variety of traditional English pasties, freshly baked baguettes and homemade cakes.

Families are invited to enter the Dragon's lair and enjoy an adventure of wonder, excitement and entertainment in new Land of the Dragons. Strictly for young families, Land of the Dragons is jam packed with activities, rides and entertainments.

Take an enchanting journey aboard Safari Skyway for panoramic views of Animal Land. Visit Hocus Pocus Hall for a magical experience as you walk through the wizard's house.

Then follow your nose to the Greedy Goblin Family Inn, where you'll find a mouth-watering spread of Traditional English pub fayre and you can relax and enjoy a meal and a drink in the indoor Inn or sit outside in the beer garden where you will find the Greedy Goblin BBQ for grilled burger and chicken dishes.

Hey amigos! Round off your visit with a trip into Mexicana. Earn your spurs on the spinning bronco of a ride, Rodeo. Step aboard the Tex Mex Express Runaway Train. Then snake, rattle and roar on the sssensational, Rattlesnake.

After your hot and dusty adventure in Mexicana, there's no better place for a siesta than the Mexican Diner. Here you'll find more than enough to satisfy the heartiest of Adventurer's appetites.

Explore the Far Eastern delights of the Orient by journeying into the Mystic East. Enjoy a leisurely boat ride on Dragon Falls floating through this mystical land, but beware, as this exotic adventure promises a plunging finale. Step into the Oriental Express for a tantalizing taste of Chinese food.

Ahoy there Adventurer! Board the Ship of Screams and get the ultimate sinking feeling on the Black Buccaneer. Then Toss and Turn on the HIGH SEAS Adventure, Seastorm.

Beep, beep - Younger Adventurers will enjoy plenty of fun in Toytown. There's 'Toadie's Crazy Cars', a driving excursion where toddlers literally get to drive their parents around the bend. Flying Jumbos, where little ones can experience what it is like to fly on an elephant's back... and even take their parents with them on their flight. And don't forget the cheeky 'Berry Bouncers' with plenty of boing, guaranteed to give little ones a giggling good time. And that's not to mention The Carousel and Tiny Truckers. Toytown is a great place for the smallest Adventurers in your party.

Fasten your seatbelts for a fangtastic family flight that everyone will be batty about, as the Vampire strikes back! A must for all thrill fiends, from little vampires cutting their coaster teeth to big thrill suckers!

Then continue the family adventures in the pop-tastic indoor water ride, Professor Burp's Bubbleworks.

Chessington World of Adventures is easy to find, 12 miles from London, and just 2 miles from the A3.

Chessington World of Adventures,

Leatherhead Road,

Chessington,

Surrey KT9 2NE.

ROAD

Chessington is situated 12 miles from London on the A243, just 2 miles from the A3 and M25 (junction 9 or 10). Car parking is free.

From the South, take M25 junction 9

From the North, take M25 junction 10

From London, take the A3 to Hook - Chessington is sign posted on the A243

For a detailed and easy to follow instructions why not use the free route planner below (they even notify you of traffic problems). Simply type in the postcode from where you are travelling from, and enter our postcode KT9 2NE as your destination, and it'll figure out the best route to take!

Before you travel check out very latest travel news: www.highways.gov.uk/m25

RAIL

Regular South West Train services run from Waterloo, Clapham Junction and Wimbledon. Take the train to Chessington South Station. The park is approximately 10 minutes walk from the station.

To help plan your rail journey, you can contact Network Rail Enquiries on 08457 48 49 50 or use their comprehensive rail time table planner (Simply type in your departure station and Chessington South as your destination station, then enter the time you want to arrive at Chessington South and it will figure out the best route and time table.)

BUS

Chessington is served by a regular bus service. Take the 465 bus from Kingston to Chessington, or the 467 bus from Epsom to Chessington.

For more information call the Travelline on 0870 608 2608.


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VenueChessington World of Adventures
AddressChessington, Chessington, Surrey, KT9 2NE
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