Adventure Wonderland – Bournemouth

Adventure Wonderland has long been a favourite destination for my children.  Both my older two had birthday’s there when they were small and it was called Alice in Wonderland.

It has grown since we first started going there and now there are dozens of fairground type rides, a cuddle corner farm, a huge indoor play area, a theatre and the maze!!

We normally go as a treat in the summer months, as it can get quite expensive, but this year they have a fantastic offer on their facebook page.  Simply like the page and you get access to a voucher entitling you to an adult season pass free when you buy a children’s season ticket, just look for the offer picture – you have to hurry though as the offer stops on 15th April!

Children’s and adults passes are £44 and 2 year old passes are £25, so it really is worth doing.  I saved over £100 for my family and we can use the park as often as we like until November!

Admittedly, it has been a little cold for some of the rides, but here is an idea of what we got up to at the weekend!

We met the Mad Hatter, Alice and the Queen of Hearts……..

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Charged around the Soft Play area……

Drove a caterpillar (as you do)……

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Played some Croquet……..

Cuddled a Guinea Pig and a Rabbit……..

Discussed hair care options with an Alpaca…….

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We even got to ride a Pony!!

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Eliza wasn’t as keen!

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Kian prefered the Runaway Train….

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We were there a good three hours and also rode the Flying Elephants, Yoyo’s, bounced on trampolines and threw ourselves down a giant inflatable slide.  It isn’t really a park for big kids, but Kian did enjoy himself really!  There is even a live show to see.  You can easily spend the whole day there as we didn’t even see half of the park.

They also have character days throughout the year, with special visits from Peppa Pig, The Octonauts and many more – simply follow @wonderlandparks on twitter, like the facebook page or just have a nose at their website to find out more.

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