An exciting new attraction is coming to the UK that will keep kids entertained this summer.
Hobbledown Heath will be one of the biggest indoor and outdoor combination play parks in London.
Plans show that the adventure play park will open on July 1.
And, it’s aimed at children aged from 2 to 13 so parents will be able to keep children of all ages busy in the holidays.
Hobbledown Heath claims it will “expand their imaginations” from its site in Hounslow, West London.
The park will cover 126 acres and will be part of the largest leisure development in the capital since the Olympics in 2012.
A massive 150 farm and zoo animals will be available to view with some interactive experiences letting children meet their favourite creatures.
Such animals which will be placed at Hobbledown Health includeLemurs, Alpacas, Reindeer, Highland Cows, Yaks, Goats, Sulcata Tortoises, Flemish Giant Rabbits, Scarlet Macaws, Meerkats, Capybara, and Miniature Horses.
The park will be made up of three “villages” and a woodland area.
The Wilderness Wood will capture children’s imaginations with water pillows and mazes.
While the Mining Village boasts underground tunnels, water cannons and spiralling slides.
Over at Cribble Creek kids can climb a crane tower or head to the bakers at Buckbridge Market.
There will also be large indoor areas to play in so the day won’t be ruined by rain or wind.
Tickets are available to book now with access to Hobbledown Heath costing from £15 per person.
Admission gets you four hours in the park, but if it’s quiet you may be permitted to stay for longer.
Access to all the outdoor areas, animal walks and Birds of Prey flying demonstrations are included in the price.
Plus, you’ll get one session in the Play Barn.
Alternatively you can buy a membership for £95 per adult and £125 for children which gives unlimited access and discounts on parties and experiences.
Richard Farley, Co-Founder of Hobbledown Heath commented: "We are extremely excited to open to the public this July.
"Hobbledown Heath is all about creating an extraordinary day out and we can't wait for families to join us this Summer and experience something new."
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