You will be able to enjoy spooktacular entertainment as Halloween takes over Chessington World of Adventures for another year.
Chessington Howl'o'ween takes places between 23rd October - 2nd November 2015, 10am - 8pm, and this year the spooky event includes two new spine-tingling attractions, Curse of the Lost Tomb and Trick or Treat Wood, as well as rides in the dark.
2016 is set to be an exciting year at Chessington World of Adventures, with the introduction of Explorer Glamping, a new ride and a high ropes course.
There will be plenty of new adventures for families to enjoy in 2016, as Chessington World of Adventures continues to add new experiences. In addition to the existing Safari Hotel and Azteca Hotel, an alternative accommodation option comes in the form of Explorer Glamping. A much-needed new ride is also coming to the theme park, along with a high ropes course for the resort.
Dive into the Year of the Penguins at Chessington World of Adventures in 2015, where DreamWorks Penguins of Madagascar descend for an exclusive live show, a newly themed penguin ride provides fun and games in the park’s Africa land and Humboldt penguins frolic in a brand new walk-through experience!
Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private - the greatest and most hilarious covert birds in global espionage - are set to take on their biggest challenge yet as the brand new Penguins of Madagascar Live! Operation Cheezy Dibbles is launched on the Africa stage. The brand new show features exclusive, never before seen in the UK animatronic characters that sing, dance and talk, helping to bring the secret mission to life. Meet and greets with the Penguins means guests can strike a pose alongside their favourite characters, before joining the agent birds on a top secret operation on a newly themed Penguins of Madagascar ride for young adventurers, Treetop Hoppers.
African Adventures returns to Chessington World of Adventures theme park this February Half Term for more family fun! Adventurers can visit Chessington World of Adventures every day between 14th – 22nd February 2015 from 10am-3pm, for African Adventures.
Rides open* will be Scorpion Express, Seastorm, Carousel, AMAZU Treetop Adventure and Hocus Pocus Hall.
Adventurers can enjoy seeing some of the incredible animals in the Zoo during February Half Term with Trail of the Kings, the SEA LIFE centre, Creepy Caves, Children’s Zoo, Sealion Bay and the Wanyama Village all open during African Adventures. There’s a whole host of amazing animals waiting to be discovered at Chessington.
Chessington Azteca Hotel is now open, the second of the Resort Hotels located onsite at Chessington World of Adventures, and is set across three themed floors with spectacular views. There are 69 family-friendly rooms, a unique and interactive restaurant, and more - all situated right in the heart of Chessington World of Adventures.
We were invited to the launch of the Chessington Azteca Hotel, here is our review and a selection of photos.