Chessington News

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.

Chessington World of Adventures has announced that 2016 will be their wildest year ever with new attractions and events as they launch the year of Roar and Explore.

New live show Pandamonium will debut at the theme park alongside a new look Trail of the Kings plus the launch of new Explorer Glamping

Chessington Winter's Tail is returning for Christmas on selected dates from 29th November 2015 - 3rd January 2016, 10am - 5pm.

This winter visit Chessington World of Adventures and meet Father Christmas in his magical grotto along with market stalls, reindeer and a giant Christmas tree setting the festive scene.

You'll also get to see the amazing animals in Chessington Zoo including Tigers, Gorillas, Zebras, Meerkat, Binturong, Fossa and Lynx and the creatures beneath the waves including sharks and rays in Chessington SEA LIFE

There will be selected rides and attractions open including Hocus Pocus Hall, the AMAZU Treetop Adventure, Carousel and Seastorm plus with the daily animal shows there will be lots to see and do this winter at Chessington World of Adventures.

Chessington Howl'o'ween returns with two brand new attractions for 2015 and ThemeParks-UK was invited to a special preview of the event on Thursday 22nd October.

SPOILER WARNING: our review does contain spoilers, so if you want your experience to be a complete surprise don't read on...

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.

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