Chessington World of Adventures Resort Ticket & Hotel Packages
Leatherhead Road, Chessington, Surrey, KT9 2NE.
- Chessington World of Adventures Resort is situated 12 miles from London on the A243
- Reginald Goddard opened the zoo in 1931, to showcase his impressive, private collection of animals.
- Ideal for a fun family day out
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Chessington World of Adventures Resort Breaks
The perfect place for thrill-seekers and animal lovers alike – Chessington World of Adventures Resort is simply a great day out for all.
With over 40 rides and attractions in 10 themed lands, a Zoo and SEA LIFE centre with over 1,000 animals, Chessington World of Adventures Resort offers a world of excitement for the whole family to enjoy. Experience the thrilling Scorpion Express – a new ride experience with surprises round every corner – and the AMAZU Treetop Adventure, where you can play amongst the real monkeys. The top attractions include ‘ZUFARI: Ride into Africa!’ – the ultimate off-road safari adventure that’ll have you careering through the rugged terrain of the African outback; spot towering giraffes, powerful white rhinos, dazzling zebra and flamboyant flamingos to name a few. Be sure not to miss Madagascar Live, the incredibly fun stage show, too!
Choose from a range of ticket types:
- 1 Day Ticket + Meal - allows customers to one day entry into Chessington World of Adventure with meal (can be redeemed at Burger Kitchen or Fried Chicken outlets only)
- 1 Day Ticket + Quencher - allows customers to one day entry into Chessington World of Adventure and refillable quencher drink (redeemable at applicable outlets)
- 1 Day Ticket - allows customers to one day entry into Chessington World of Adventure
- 2 Day Ticket - allows customers to two day entry into Chessington World of Adventure
- Chessington World of Adventure Season Pass - allows customers to visit the park as many times as they wish between Spring and October
- Half Day Ticket - allows customers to a half day entry into Chessington World of Adventure (entry from Midday)
Chessington World of Adventures Resort Highlights
- Just 12 miles from London
- A great selection of rides, plus a zoo
- Live shows and events all year round
- Explore the mystical Trail of the Kings
- Plenty of eateries throughout the resort
New for 2019: Room on the Broom - A Magical Journey
Chessington World of Adventures Resort have announced a new and enchanting addition to the Surrey Theme Park and Zoo for spring 2019.
Room on the Broom - A Magical Journey brings to life yet another of author Julia Donaldson and illustrator Axel Scheffler's much-loved children's stories, following in the footsteps of the Resort's Gruffalo River Ride Adventure's. It's not to be missed.
Chessington World of Adventures Resort Reviews
It's always an adventure
Stay Date: 06/2019, James F wrote this review.
My family visited during the recent half term break. Discounting the weather we had a great time and took part on many of the rides. And my son absolutely loves the Temple of Mayhem, so we spent most of our time there, The only disappointment this t… See more
My family visited during the recent half term break. Discounting the weather we had a great time and took part on many of the rides. And my son absolutely loves the Temple of Mayhem, so we spent most of our time there, The only disappointment this time was the Smokehouse BBQ and Bar. We have been before, but while being expensive, the quantity and quality of the meal has normally lent itself to being reasonable value for money. Sadly, this time, the size and quality of the platter were not up to scratch. The portion size of the platter was probably worth half of what you were given, but again, if the quality was there, you might have excused the cost. Most of the meat in the platter was dry and the chilli sausage needed more chilli. When we last went, there were a selection of different BBQ sauces that you could choose from, this time you just had trusty Heinz BBQ, while nice, it doesn't give that Smokehouse feel. We had side salads, that had probably been fresh at the start of the week, but when we went on the Wednesday, were definitely off, with the lettuce going brown at the chopped ends and slimy in some cases. The coleslaw was also poor quality, and just stale and tasted off. Next time we'll take a picnic. So, good day, poor food. Collapse
Fantastic family experience
Stay Date: 06/2019, karen b wrote this review.
Myself, son and daughter in law and 3 grandchildren (aged 3, 7 and 9), spent a fun filled 48 hours here. From the time we arrived to the time we left everything was amazing. The hotel rooms were great, a Jungle theme throughout. From my window I coul… See more
Myself, son and daughter in law and 3 grandchildren (aged 3, 7 and 9), spent a fun filled 48 hours here. From the time we arrived to the time we left everything was amazing. The hotel rooms were great, a Jungle theme throughout. From my window I could see ostriches and zebra. Even at 59 years old I loved the animals on the carpets and walls!! I was impressed with the level of cleanliness too. We eat in the restaurant and the buffet was 1st class, the choice ranged from roasts, curry, salads and pizzas etc. The breakfast was one of the best I have had in a hotel. My grandchildren loved the shows, rides and the Sea life centre, particularly stroking the star fish. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Chessington. Without exception all the staff were helpful and professional. I would like to see more loos even if they were portable as sometimes it was a long walk to find a loo with young children. We arrived on a Thursday and didn’t wait very long for the rides, the Friday was certainly much more busy. I think early/mid week would be a better time to visit. Enjoy Collapse
Great day out!
Stay Date: 06/2019, scrugrat95 wrote this review.
As merlin pass holders we decided to try out Chessington. We used our share a friend vouchers so more of our family could come. We were able to enter immediately and had discounts on food etc. Fantastic rides and the queue times were not terrible. Co… See more
As merlin pass holders we decided to try out Chessington. We used our share a friend vouchers so more of our family could come. We were able to enter immediately and had discounts on food etc. Fantastic rides and the queue times were not terrible. Could do with a few more rides for the little ones though.Little disappointed that we were unable to buy any pop badges in the gift stores or anything but All in all fantastic day! Collapse
Fabulous day out
Stay Date: 06/2019, Melanie B wrote this review.
I took my three year old daughter, my high functioning autisic son who also has ADHD and my nephew who is also autistic, the staff were so helpful they made the experience easier than I thought it would be having the ride access pass was extremely he… See more
I took my three year old daughter, my high functioning autisic son who also has ADHD and my nephew who is also autistic, the staff were so helpful they made the experience easier than I thought it would be having the ride access pass was extremely helpful as it made things easier for the two children with additional needs. The staff were very knowledgeable of what the two additional needs children would be like if things got too much so we were kept entertained while waiting for the rides. I would recommend this place for a great day out . Collapse
Good day out.
Stay Date: 06/2019, SLW44 wrote this review.
Took our 10 and 5 year old children here for the day yesterday. Felt the park’s offerings catered well for both our children. My 10 year old son loved all of the faster rides and my 5 year old daughter had plenty of less adrenaline fuelled things t… See more
Took our 10 and 5 year old children here for the day yesterday. Felt the park’s offerings catered well for both our children. My 10 year old son loved all of the faster rides and my 5 year old daughter had plenty of less adrenaline fuelled things to do too. We split as a family with my husband taking my so off to ride the bigger rides while I took my daughter off to do some of the smaller ones. However, we did watch the sea lion show (which was excellent), ride Zufari, the Gruffalo ride and Room On The Broom, Flying Jumbos, the Dodgems and the canopy climbing trail rides together, meeting at different points in the day to reconvene. The park was quite busy but not absolutely rammed. This meant that my kids managed to ride most of the rides that they wanted and did approximately 15 rides each. This is much better than our last trip to Legoland where it was so crowded we only managed 4 rides all day. We haven’t been to Chessington since my son was 4 and we were pleasantly surprised by the efforts that had been put into upgrading and theming the park since our last visit. The animal theming was a big big hit with my daughter. We were sad to see that the monorail was no longer though... We took our own food and drink, so cannot comment on provision for food and drink in the park. Queue times were ok. Our longest queue was for Zufari at about 40 minutes. The staff were loading some fast pass people but then some people who were in the normal queue too into each ride. This seemed a lot fairer than Legoland who literally loaded everyone queueing in the fast pass line before loading those without fast passes. We saw fast pass people getting off the ride and running round to ride again and again there, while the people in the normal queue waited. It’s not a 5 star review for 2 reasons. Firstly, we found some of the staff less than friendly. Not rude as such, they just have off the feeling that they’d rather be anywhere but there. People make a place. Staff training and monitoring needs improvement. Secondly, it was a beautiful summer day with a long evening ahead. Why not open the park later than 5pm? This seems like a ridiculously early close time. I imagine it is to do with it not being economically more profitable to do that but I do think that people would stay longer and maybe eat in the park if it were open to at least 7? We certainly would have done. 5pm just seemed mean. I Collapse
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