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Gulliver's Valley

If you’re on the lookout for a great family day out in South Yorkshire, then look no further than the UK’s newest theme park, Gulliver’s Valley Resort.

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The family theme park resort is the perfect escape for your clan and, as it is within close proximity to the M1 motorway and so easily accessible from places such as Sheffield, Leeds, Nottingham and even Manchester and Birmingham.

Gulliver’s Valley is new to the UK’s theme park scene and so you’re likely to get the chance to visit before many of your family and friends, making the day out all the more exciting.

With no fewer than 22 rides across lands including Western World, Gully Town, Build Zone, Toyland, Smugglers Wharf and Lost World, plus a whole host of fun and exciting attractions, there’s so much to do at Gulliver’s Valley, it will be easy to keep the kids occupied all day long.

Little daredevils can get their kicks on Desperado Drop in Western World, while Rocky Ridge Railway will also provide a fast-paced thrill. Over in Lost World, T-Rex Tower offers a water-based rush, not to mention Pterosaur Turmoil and, in Smugglers Wharf, Ghostly Galleon is also not for the faint-hearted.

For younger adventurers, Toyland is home to a whole host of fun, such as the Toyland Ferris Wheel, Frantic Fire Trucks, Jumbo Jetters and Rockin’ Tug. Jurassic Jeeps and Gully Town Carousel are also great options for younger members of the family.

Away from the rides, there is still so much to see and do throughout Gulliver’s Valley. From several different play zones including Lost World Play Area, Pirates Play Area and Western Play Area, to adventure golf, Grand Prix cars, Lilliput Theatre and the Bank Heist, there are plenty of options for the kids to burn off some energy while the parents put their feet up for a few minutes.

In the Build Zone, aspiring Bob the Builders can get an exciting hands-on experience by having a go on the real-life famous yellow JCB diggers, while little ones will also love visiting Mini Farm, where they can meet Gulliver’s Valley’s resident furry friends, including rabbits, guinea pigs, sheep, goats, chickens, alpacas, ducks and donkeys.

Of course, a whole day out means finding time to fill those rumbling tums and Gulliver’s Valley offers plenty of tasty choices. Curiosity Café and Lilliput Theatre Restaurant are great for grabbing an evening meal, while Mrs P’s Sweet Treats is the place for something a little naughty. Carousel Kiosk and Texas Treats also provide light bites throughout the day.

If you find you simply can’t fit all the fun into a single day, why not make a short break of it? There are a range of cabins, lodges and suites to choose from, plus the added bonus of getting Voyager’s Village nearly all to yourself, as it’s reserved exclusively for resort guests.

For a really special occasion, Gulliver’s Valley even hosts birthday parties, prom and graduation celebrations, exhibitions and corporate events.

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