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BeWILDerwood Cheshire, SY134JF

BeWILDerwood Cheshire

Event Start :
Jun 3rd 2024 10:00am
Event End :
Jun 28th 2024 5:00pm

Toddlewood Ticket just £10.50 - Extended for July! 💛🫧

BeWILDerwood’s Toddlewood Ticket (1 x adult & 1 x 3 years and under) is just £10.50 when playing on weekdays in June & July!*

BeWILDerwood is the perfect place for your teeny Twiggle to have a BIG adventure! 🌈

Explore Toddlewood on the Hill, Tiptoe Valley, watch an interactive Storytelling Show and don’t forget to have a go on our popular Twiggle Whizzers (toddler friendly zip wires!) Plus, grown-ups can enjoy warm drinks and yummy grub at the onsite Munch Bar.

*T&Cs apply



Toddlewood ticket offer 

Toddlewood ticket – £10.50, provides entry for 1 x adult and 1 x child aged 3 years or under. Tickets are valid on weekdays only and exclude weekends, school holidays and bank holidays. 

Extra Children 3 and under, £3 per child up to a maximum of 4 children with every adult. 

Extra Children over 4 – in line with existing tickets.

Additional lone adults £22.50 

Tickets are non-refundable. Tickets can only be transferred to dates within the special ticket offer period – weekdays only (excluding summer holidays and bank holidays.)  We cannot guarantee entry to the park without a pre-booked ticket.

BeWILDerwood general admission policy applies.


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