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Top Theme Parks for Tots

Top Theme Parks for Tots

For those looking to entertain little ones over the summer, a theme park makes a great choice as they offer something for all family members, and many have attractions designed especially for smaller boys and girls to enjoy. Here we take a look at some of the best UK theme parks for tots.

1. Gullivers
Your kids are bound to find something they like at Gullivers. For pre-schoolers who want to have fun there’s a dedicated indoor water attraction called Splash Tots which with reduced water pressure, mini paddling pools and gentler activities offers safe water play environments for children.

2. Paultons Park
Little Peppa Pig fans will love Paultons Park as it’s also the home of Peppa Pig World. They’ll have the chance to explore Peppa Pig’s House, Peppa's Toy Shop and ride on the Windy Castle. If they're very lucky they might even meet Peppa herself!

3. Legoland Winsdor Resort
Duplo Valley at Legoland Resort in Windsor offers brilliant adventures for little feet. There’s a boat trip where fairytale favourites come to life, a short train journey on a figure of eight track, and an interactive play area called Brickville, plus much more. Your kids are sure to find something they will enjoy, especially if they love Lego.

4. Drayton Manor Theme Park
Drayton Manor offers something for everyone, whether grown up thrill-seekers or little ones. There’s Thomas Land for the youngest family members where they can ride on Jeremy Jet or aboard Bertie Bus. With indoor and outdoor play areas, crazy golf and a Dino Trail to follow, kids are guaranteed an exciting day out!

5. Sundown Adventure Land
Sundown Adventure Land caters for all a little person could wish for in an adventure, from playing in Noah’s Ark and having a wander around Toy Town, to having a look around Storybook Village where some of their favourite characters can be found.

We hope this has given you a flavour of what’s out there for little ones. Let us know if you visit any!

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