Chessington World of Adventures has begun a public consultation on their long term plan for the theme park, including a new family roller coaster, 45 safari-themed lodges, ride/animal attractions and infrastructure work.
The purpose of their emerging Long Term Plan is to guide planned investment over the next 5 to 10 years, with the aim of continuing to grow the resort as a short break destination and keep on attracting day visitors in a competitive market.
Tomb Blaster at Chessington World of Adventures has been refurbished for 2016, with an £800,000 investment in the dark ride being made over the closed season.
Tomb Blaster closed in August 2015 for a nine month refurbishment and when the ride reopens this year it will feature a new target system, with laser guns and targets installed by Lagotronics Projects.
In a UK first, new live show Pandamonium launches at Chessington World of Adventures Resort on 25th March 2016, and to celebrate we are giving you the chance to win a family of four ticket.
If it’s wild adventure you’re looking for this year then look no further than Chessington World of Adventures Resort in 2016; the year of Roar and Explore!
As the 30th Go Ape Adventure to launch in the UK and the first ever to launch within a UK theme park, there will be no better way for you and your family to unleash your inner Tarzan than with a visit to Go Ape at Chessington World of Adventures.
Following the success of the Enchanted Forest Tree Top Quest at Alton Towers, a new high ropes course is coming to Chessington World of Adventures in Summer 2016.
For a unique adventure this February half term why not take your family to Chessington World of Adventures for their brand new Animal Adventures week.
In celebration of the Zoo’s 85th birthday, discover a full week of amazing Animal Adventures from 13th - 21st February 2016 set amongst the wilds of Chessington Zoo and the Chessington SEA LIFE centre where you can come face to face with over 1000 exotic animals from across the world.