Thorpe Park Anyone ?

May 19, 2013Mandi Morrison
I have to admit that I am a tiny bit excited! I have not visited Thorpe Park since I was a teenager and I am sure that it has grown beyond all belief. The children all ADORE theme parks, so this will certainly be an enjoyable family day out.
If you are looking for a fab day out during Half Term then Thorpe Park looks like a great place to visit.
We shall be going along for a visit during the Summer Holidays, and I really cannot wait. (look out for the review in August!)
The older children if left, would spend the entire day on Roller Coasters and Water rides…

If you are thinking of a visit during Half term, there are a number of offers to make your trip slightly cheaper.
If you pick up a bottle of Frijj you can take advantage of a 2 for 1 coupon when booking tickets. Check out their facebook page for more information  https://www.facebook.com/frijj

If you book tickets 7 days or more in advance you can save 30% – adults from £30.24, children from £23.52 (under 12)

If travelling by train, head to South West Trains to get online discounts on entry: http://www.southwesttrains.co.uk/thorpe-park-summer.aspx

Some of these really are great offers and can save you a substantial amount of money, which is an added bonus.

Rollercoasters are a rite of passage for children. Whether yours are yet to experience their first ride or have a taste for adrenaline and are looking for something exciting this summer, Thorpe Park has the thrills to cater for them.
Here are a few facts you may not have known about the theme park now acknowledged as the nation’s Thrill Capital:
  • There are plenty of rides that all the family can enjoy, such as Zodiac and manic carpet ride Quantum as well as the Flying Fish
  • If your kids are after something a little edgier, and if they’re 1m or taller, they can experience the thrill of the newly refurbished X, an illuminated ride through dynamic coloured lighting
  • For extreme thrills, older children over 1.4m can now brave it backwards on the Swarm!
  • Feel like one day isn’t enough? We now offer over-night stays at the park in our newly opened ‘Crash Pad’ accommodation from £64 per person which includes 2 days at the park and breakfast
 
 If you do decide to visit, why not pop back over and let us know what you thought and which is your favourite ride.
 
For more information visit thorpepark.com
 
We have been given tickets to Thorpe Park, in exchange for this post.

Comments (1)

  • Actually Mummy…

    May 20, 2013 at 12:38 pm

    Would you believe I actually haven’t been yet? But all this talk from bloggers is making me want to try Stealth! Have fun when you get there!

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