Drayton Manor Theme Park announces 2016 prices
Those looking to enjoy a day out and make memories with friends and family this year can take advantage of some fantastic deals at Drayton Manor Park, as the Staffordshire based theme park reveals its prices for 2016, cementing its status as an affordable family day out.
Tickets are now on sale for the new season which starts on Saturday 12th March and visitors booking online can save up to 40% against on the gate prices. Guests will now pay £23 for 12 – 59 year olds, with no added booking fee and no car parking charges, £18 for 4 – 11 years and £6 for 2 – 3 year olds if booked 7 days in advance of attending. On the day prices are £39 for 12 – 59 year olds, £29 for 4 – 11 year olds and £27 for grandees (60+), disabled visitors and their carers. Meanwhile, under 2’s continue to receive free entry and tickets for those aged 2 – 3 cost just £6.
In addition, the park also offers various reduced rates for families offering discounts for families of three, four and five at a reduced rate. Family tickets can also be purchased from £77, admitting two 12 – 59 year olds and two 0 – 11 year olds if purchased 7 days in advance.
For those who want to experience the fun, thrills and delights all year round, and enjoy exclusive offers and competitions the Drayton Manor Park Season Pass is the best option. A Season Pass for those aged 2 – 3 is £40 and for those aged 4 and above is priced at £70. Alternatively, invest in a Season Pass Plus and enjoy unlimited visits to the park until February half term 2017*! A Season Pass Plus for those aged between 2 – 3 is £55 and for those aged 4 and above is £100.
The park is home to Europe’s only Thomas Land™ which underwent a £2.5m expansion, and increased in size by 40% to welcome a host of new rides and attractions. Thomas fans can enjoy Flynn’s Fire Rescue, Captain’s Sea Adventure and Toby’s Tram Express alongside a new Sodor Airport terminal. Those looking to get their adrenaline pumping can enjoy some fantastic white-knuckle rides including 54m drop-tower Apocalypse, Europe’s first stand up rollercoaster Shockwave and G-Force, a rollercoaster that subjects riders to a stomach churning 4.3G!
New for 2016 is the Tamarin Trail, a new attraction that will take adventurers through beautiful planted gardens, allowing kids and adults alike to come face to face with a troop of mischievous Marmosets and Tamarins.
William Bryan, Managing Director at Drayton Manor Park, said:
“2016 is set to be another big year and our prices reflect our commitment to providing families with the best value day out. The park offers something for every age to enjoy and we hope to welcome even more visitors to the park this year.”
The 2016 season runs from Saturday 12th March until Friday 28th October**, with the Firework Spectacular weekend taking place on Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th October. The award winning Magical Christmas event will be on selected dates from 19th November to 31st December.
To book tickets, or for more information about the park, visit www.draytonmanor.co.uk or call 0844 472 1950. Reduced prices are available for tickets bought in advance. For regular updates and news about Drayton Manor Theme Park join them on Twitter www.twitter.com/Draytonmanor and Facebook www.facebook.com/DraytonManorPark
*Subject to availability. Not available on park buyout days (season pass holders with be notified of any dates via email but we advise to check website before visiting). The park will be closed to the public on Wednesday 8th June and Sunday 11th September 2016. **Selected dates, please check website for full details.
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