Experience the world’s first Gruffalo Ride at Chessington World of Adventures Resort.
The Gruffalo River Ride Adventure at Chessington World of Adventures Resort
Join your favourite Gruffalo character Mouse on a magical riverboat journey through the deep dark wood. As you float down the lazy river, the world of The Gruffalo will magically unfold in front of your eyes, with exciting twists and turns along the way!
Gruffalo River Ride Statistics
Capacity – 1000 p/h
Original Cost – £Unknown
Est Cost Today – £Unknown
Length – Unknown
Ride System Manufacturer – WGH Transportation Engineering
Type – Boat Ride
Vehicles – 28
Passengers per Train – 4
Ride Duration – 6m 0s
Theme Park – Chessington World of Adventures Resort
Year Opened – 1990 (as Professor Burp’s Bubbleworks) 2006 (as Bubbleworks) 2017 (as Gruffalo River Ride Adventure)
Gruffalo River Ride Experience
The Gruffalo River Ride Adventure is a Storybook themed lazy river attraction based on the book by Julia Donaldson. It tells the story of mouse as he takes a stroll through the deep dark wood. A fox saw the mouse and the mouse looked good, but the fox is the least of the quick-witted mouse’s problems. He’s about to come face to face with an owl, a snake and… Oh help! Oh no! A Gruffalo!
Chessington World of Adventures Resort
Chessington World of Adventures Resort in Surrey has over 40 rides and attractions and over 1,000 incredible animals. The park is billed as Britain’s Wildest Adventure with a wide range of animals in the resort’s zoo and Sealife centre. There is plenty of on-site accommodation to choose from with two hotels and Explorer Glamping.
Chessington World of Adventures Resort Hotels
Go on a quest to find some treasure at the Azteca Hotel. At the Safari Hotel travel into the African Savannah or go on the wildest of adventures in the great outdoors at Explorer Glamping. Both hotels provide guests with access to the indoor swimming pool, savannah splash pool and gym.
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