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A Visit to Chessington World of Adventures Resort

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Whilst Chessington World of Adventures is not located in Berkshire we were able to get there in under an hour so it’s not too far away and makes for such a wonderful day out filled with rides, experiences and plenty of animals!

What is there to see and do at Chessington World of Adventures?

There are over 40 rides and attractions here, plenty of animals to see, special themed events and so much more! We had such a wonderful time when we visited over the Easter holidays. The park is very big so it’s difficult to get round everything in one day! Here are some of our highlights from our day out…

The Rides

There’s a huge variety of rides for children (and adults!) of all ages. Top Tip: Download the resort map as it categorises the rides by age (from ‘Little Rangers’ which has rides for young children up to ‘Brave Adventurers’ which are the bigger, more scary rides).

There are quite a few water rides here as well (Top Tip: don’t forget towels and/or rain macs and ponchos!).

Barrel Bail Out spins round whilst the riders fire water cannons at each other!
River Rafts is the mini log flume ride and perfect for younger children (but you still get very wet!).
Tiger Rock is the larger log flume ride.

Croc Drop is for older children and involves a 25m drop into the jaws of the crocodile!
Sea Dragons is a gentle ride for younger children.
There are a couple of Julia Donaldson themed attractions including the Gruffalo River Ride Adventure which is a lovely ride for all the family.
The Room on the Broom attraction is another that is great for all ages.
Elmer’s Flying Jumbos is great for younger children.
Jungle Rangers is for all ages – children can ‘drive’ the jeep around the wildlife.

The Animals

There are over 1000 incredible animals here!

Penguin Bay is lovely and you can walk along and see them swimming under the water.
In the Sealife Centre you can see stingray, sharks, seahorses and so many fish!
The Tigers prowl across this bridge which can be found near to the Tiger Rock log flume ride. It’s incredible to see them so close!
The Monkeys are so lovely to watch and can be found near Tree Top Adventure which is a netted play area.
Chessington World of Adventures
Zufari: Ride into Africa is a fantastic off road experience where you travel around some incredible animals in a safari truck.

The Entertainment

There are lots of themed shows running throughout the year. You will be able to find out what’s showing during your visit by checking the app. You can find out more about the shows here. They also have themed events throughout the year, details of which can be found on the website.

It was Easter when we went and there were lots of entertainers dotted around the park.

Photo Opportunities

There are plenty of places to take some great pictures.

This Gruffalo is huge!

Easter themed decorations.

What else is there to do there?

That was just a snapshot of what can be found at Chessington – there are so many more rides, plus soft play, Go Ape and VIP Experiences. All the information can be found on the website.

Eating at Chessington World of Adventures

You can either purchase food from a variety of places at the park or take a picnic as there are many picnic benches dotted around Chessington. You can find out more about the food options here.

Accessibility at Chessington World of Adventures

You can find out more about accessibility at Chessington here.

Parking at Chessington World of Adventures

There are several large car parks on site which are all a short walk from the main entrance. Standard parking costs from £6 and can be booked in advance to save money on the day. Click here for more information.

Ticket Prices at Chessington World of Adventures

There are several different ticket options which you can book in advance from day tickets to annual passes. Click here for more information and to find the right package for you.

Where is Chessington World of Adventures?

The postcode is KT9 2NE. Click here for travel option information.

Useful Links for Chessington World of Adventures

Read Berkshire Mummies’ Top Tips for visiting Chessington World of Adventures here.

You can download the theme park map here.

You can find the free Chessington app here.

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