Uk Theme Parks #infographic

Uk Theme Parks #infographic

The UK boasts an excellent array of theme parks across the country. Each offers a perfect day out for the whole family, from the vast 910-acre Alton Towers to the record-breaking pleasure beach at Blackpool. Here are our top five picks.

* Those theme parks are closed temporarily due to coronavirus. We'll update this post once we find out more about it when it reopenes.

This popular theme park, located near the village of Alton in Staffordshire, opened its doors back in 1980 and has grown to become the most visited in the UK. The park covers 910 acres and offers a vast array of attractions and activities.

At the time of writing, it is divided into 10 thematic areas including: CBeebies Land, Dark Forest, Forbidden Valley, Gloomy Wood, Katanga Canyon, Mutiny Bay, The Gardens, Towers Street and the X-Sector.

A cable car system travels between Towers Street, Forbidden Valley and the Towers and offers some superb views. There are ten high-adrenaline rides, with Nemesis, Oblivion, The Smiler and the Wicker Man being the most popular among them – a £ 16 million wooden roller coaster unveiled in 2018.

There's also plenty to entertain younger guests on the carousel including a playhouse, a mini-driving academy, a sensory garden and a few rides.

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