Chessington & Zoo 1 Day Hotel + Ticket Packages
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This ticket is valid for 1 day.
Children are aged between 3 - 11 years
Opens daily between 19 March - 3 November 2014
About Chessington & Zoo 1 Day
A great day out for everyone, Chessington World of Adventures Resort is a fantastic and fun-filled destination for both the thrill-seekers and the animal lovers in the family. Big rides, like the Scorpion Express with its scary surprises at every turn, and the AMAZU Treetop adventures (where you can play amongst the real monkeys) combine the best of both worlds. The laugh-out-loud fun of the stage show Madagascar Live is also one to look out for.
Utterly unmissable though is ZUFARI: Ride into Africa! – the ultimate off-road safari experience, it has all the fun of the big rollercoasters. Go careering through the rugged terrain and see if you can spot the incredible animals on the way - giraffes, white rhinos, zebra and flamingos to name just a few of the diverse wildlife the ZUFARI will take you past.
Prepare for a packed day of exploring – the park has well over 1000 amazing animals in the Zoo and SEA LIFE centre, and over 40 rides and attractions. Easily one of the UK’s premier theme park destinations, Chessington World of Adventures Resort has got something for everyone.
Join in the scary fun at Chessington World of Adventures Resort’s Howl ‘o’ween event – running from Friday 24th October to Sunday 2nd November, 10am – 8pm – where you enjoy rides in the dark, and a whole host of spine-tingling Halloween attractions perfect for Half Term.
|Address:||Chessington World of Adventures, Chessington, Surrey, KT9 2NE, England|
|Opening Hours:||The park opens at 10am closing at 5pm or later during peak times or special events.|
|Get Directions:||Chessington is situated 12 miles from London on the A243, just 2 miles from the A3 and M25 (junction 9 or 10).|
|Extra:||Book into the Holiday Inn Chessington and receive 'Early Rider' entry for selected rides. Valid every weekend and all through the school holidays (peak times) throughout the season.|