A new magical adventure park opening in Cheshire will be home to over 10 giant structures – including a magnificent Sky Maze, which reaches eight metres high into the treetops.
Visitors will be able to run wild in its beautiful forest settings, which stretch out across a huge 70-acre patch of woodland.
From aerial ropewalks to climbing walls, balancing logs and muddled mazes, the whole family can spend hours running and clambering on the sustainable wooden structures.
There are tiny treehouses, wood and rope bridges that link the forest together, a giant water slide for all the family, and ‘wobbly wires’ that let you glide through the woodland on a swing.
The woodland park is based on Tom Blofeld’s BeWILDerwood book series and is the second to be opened here in the UK. The flagship park in Norfolk opened over 13 years ago.
The new park has been in development for three years now and will open to the public on 18th July 2020.
With no noisy rides, no electronics and no junk food on sale whatsoever, it’s sure to prove a wholesome attraction all the family can enjoy.
Speaking on the Cheshire launch, Tom Blofeld said: “BeWILDerwood really is a breath of fresh air compared to other attractions, and we are unique in our approach to play, with no noisy rides, no electronics, and no junk food.
“We can’t wait until we open our Wonky Wooden Gates on May 23rd and welcome all of our loyal and new customers to the wonderful world of BeWILDerwood”.
Day tickets for BeWILDerwood Cheshire will cost between £9.50-£17.50pp when booked in advance, and the price covers all-day park entry, face painting, interactive storytelling shows and crafting sessions.