The much-loved UK attraction with no technology or loud rides is giving away free tickets in mega deal | The Sun

A UK attraction that has no technology or loud rides is offering families a free extra ticket this month.

BeWilderwood first opened in 2007 in Norfolk, followed by a second park in 2021 in Cheshire.

Within the 70-acre park are 10 huge play structures, with an eight metre high treetop ride called the Sky Maze, as well as climbing walls, mazes, zip-lines and rope walks.

And families can take advantage of their latest offer with 3 for 2 tickets throughout June at the Cheshire park.

Day tickets start from £19.50 for kids between 92cm and 105cm, while adults pay £21.50.

However, the latest offer means families get the cheapest ticket free when visiting the park, saving as much as £20 each.

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Kids under 92cm go free, as well as pregnant guests and wheelchair users.

Annual passes are also cheaper this year, costing between £45 and £75 for the year, which allow unlimited visits to the park when it is open.

Despite having no loud rollercoasters or rides, there is still loads to do at BeWilderwood including the Wobbly Wires, the Slippery Slopes, the Broken Bridge and Curious Treehouses.

None of the attractions features any technology either, so kids can enjoy going back to basics.

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Guests can eat at either the Cosy Cabin or the Munch Bar, with healthy menu options.

This includes sandwiches, soups and salads as well as a few treats such as crips and flapjacks although families can also take their own food inside.

The parks are based on the book series written by Tom Blofeld.

And families have raved about the park on TripAdvisor.

One parent wrote: "A fabulous place – far too much to do. We have been twice and never managed to fit everything in."

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