Some weeks ago, we spent a day at Gulliver’s Theme Park Warrington. We had a lovely day there. It was a lot of fun. The kiddies had so much fun with the many rides and lots of activities. It was a struggle getting the out of the theme park. The rides were so cool, and they could get on most of them which was great. I was quite impressed with the fact that they were happy to get on all the rides. This was not the case some months ago.
We started the day with a train ride. The train conductor was such a pleasant man. He was happy to take everyone’s photograph, and I thought that was so sweet. He is a gem to Gulliver’s Theme Park and I hope the company knows it.
The train ride was fun. The kiddies enjoyed looking around and I enjoyed taking photos. It was a 10 minutes ride and then we got to explore the rest of the theme park. We got on so many rides, I lost count at some point. There are so many rides in Gulliver’s Theme Park Warrington, as well as the Gulliver’s Theme Park in Milton Keynes. We have been to both, and they were both amazing. Definitely great theme parks for a day out with the family. If you can, it is best to dedicate 2 days to the theme park so you can get on the rides. There is no way of getting on all the rides in 1 day.
5 Theme Park Essentials
Here are some theme park essentials that may come in handy for you and your family.
Change of clothes for the kids
We got so wet on one of the boat rides. I was happy to have spare clothes for the kids because we had to get them changed from top to bottom.
There are spots to buy food but it makes sense to have a few snacks in the bag for when the kids need them.
Go with a rain coat and wellies if weather allows it
That way you may avoid getting soaked on the boat rides.
Pack for socks
If your kids are anything like mine, then they would be interested in the soft play area, so make sure you have spare socks for them.
Go with a cross body bag and a bag pack for the kids
This way your hands are free and your items are safe.
Overall, we had a lovely time. We didn’t have to deal with long queues except on one ride where we waited for over an hour to get on the ride. Others were pretty quick. The only issue we had was with the toilets. They were quite dirty when we went in. But apart from that, everything else was in top form. I can see us visiting Gulivers Theme Park again for sure.
We also visited the Splash Zone the following week and it was good fun too, although I wasn’t fond of the water slides at all. We had a good time there too minus the dirty toilets and changing rooms area.
If you are in search of what to do with the kids in Cheshire, this theme park is a great option. You could also check out the Ice Cream Farm in Chester.
Have you visited Gulliver’s Theme Park Warrington or the theme park in Milton Keynes?What are your thoughts? Please sound off in the comments section below. Thanks for reading.