Matlock Bath, Derbyshire
Average time spent – 3+ hours.
Things to do at Gulliver’s Kingdom Matlock Bath review
Gulliver’s Kingdom in Matlock Bath is set into a hillside so it’s pretty steep getting up and down. Plan your day so you start at the top and work your way down. There are plenty of rides at this theme park which is mostly aimed at children over 4 years old. They do have some toddler rides but most require your child to be over 90cms.
Rides include spinning barrels, Dino safari cars, mini roller coaster, pirate ship, 3 water rides and cycle monorail. There is even an aerial adventure included with your ticket with time slots throughout most of the day. If you want to get up to the top with little effort there is a fun chair lift and also a travelator.
Some attractions are indoors such as safari dodgems, soft play and silver mine. Other attractions include a JCB zone, Lost World dinosaurs, Toy Land play area, pirate adventure golf and toddler rides. Plus much more. If you want to pay the extra they also have a blast arena.
Eating – There are various fast food dining options at Gulliver’s Kingdom Matlock Bath including burgers, pizza, fish and chips, sandwiches and more. Cold and hot drinks are also available.
Facilities in brief – Indoor and outdoor rides and attractions, pirate golf, playgrounds, JCB zone, chair lift. Toilets and places to eat and drink
Entry price – *Higher Priced
Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Higher priced – between £13 to £18 per adult but only if you purchase your tickets online in advance. It is over £20 otherwise. Children under 90cms are free.
Opening: Gulliver’s Kingdom Matlock Bath shuts for the winter. From March until October it is open at weekends and weekdays during school holidays. For up to date opening times and dates please follow this link.
Address: Temple Walk, Matlock Bath DE4 3PG, Derbyshire, England. Phone: 01925 444888
Read our full review of Gulliver’s Kingdom Matlock Bath.
Category – Theme Park – Indoors and Outdoors – Suitable for most ages.
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