Newlands, Milton Keynes 10 Dec
We had the most amazing time visiting Gulliver’s Land when we were in London in June. Although it officially caters to younger children, it was so much fun for all ages. It was large enough for the older kids and not too overwhelming for the little ones. The lines were nonexistent since it is not in the city of London and we visited during a regular school day.
The park includes over 70 attractions and is divided into 7 sections; Adventure Land, Gully Town, Western World, Discovery Bay, Toy Land, Lilliput Castle and Lilliput Land.
Our favorite is always the water rides. Gulliver’s Land has two water rides that end with a splash and a third where you stay dry. There are of course a few roller coasters each one different than the next. The cycle monorail was an unusual ride. Riders cycle to move their cars on a track high above the heads of visitors. The track goes through a tunnel behind the large Gulliver statue. There are so many rides appropriate for the younger children such as the Rio Bravo train ride, the Drop Tower, Pony Express, Giant tea Cups and so many more that would be way too long to list. There are a number of rides and shows designed for children under 5 as well.
Guests are welcome to bring food along and eat it in the picnic areas. There is free parking at the Park. Gulliver’s also offers various overnight accommodations for guests who would like to make a longer trip of it.
Gulliver’s has been providing magic to children for over 35 years. I would highly recommend Gulliver’s Land as the amusement Park to enjoy when visiting London.
Posted: December 10, 2017
01925 444 888
Check online for hours:
Adult: Online2 days in advance £16.95, Gate: £19.95
Child: Online2 days in advance £16.95, Gate: £19.95
Senior: Online2 days in advance £15.95, Gate: £18.95
Under 90 CM: Online: Free, Gate: Free
Approximate Distance from:
Golder’s Green: 50 minutes
Stamford Hill: 1 hour, 5 minutes