Gulliver’s Valley (also known as Gulliver’s Valley Rotherham) is a theme park aimed at children aged 2 to 13, located near the South Yorkshire town of Rotherham. The family-run Theme Park offers a wide range of age-appropriate rides and attractions.
A Great Family Day Out
Finding great days out for toddlers and older children alike can be a tricky task. Offering rides, attractions and shows to see each day, Gulliver’s Valley Rotherham guarantees you a great day out with the kids.
The family-run Theme Park offers a wide range of age-appropriate rides and attractions, specially designed for families with children aged between 2 and 13 years of age. There are a number of rides and attractions that will appeal to younger children and older kids will love the excitement of the water slides, Apache Falls River Rapids and Ghostly Galleon Pirate Ship.
Gulliver’s Theme Parks
Gulliver’s Theme Parks were established in the 1970s by the Phillips family. The theme parks are aimed at young children and are committed to creating unforgettable days out for thousands of families every year.
Gulliver’s has a firm focus on keeping children active, and this is a core objective which runs through all of their theme park attractions. They strive to nurture environments where the emphasis is on health and wellbeing through learning and play.
Gullivers currently operates four locations in Rotherham, Warrington, Matlock Bath and Milton Keynes. 50% of the attractions at Gulliver’s resorts are undercover, so even the rain can’t spoil your fun.
Great Value Day Out
Gullivers pride themselves on providing you with a fun day out which is also excellent value for money. There are a number of Coin Operated Rides at numerous locations within Gulliver’s Valley Rotherham Theme Park. All of the rides are free to use an unlimited number of times. These are ideal for keeping younger children entertained whilst their elder siblings enjoy some of the bigger rides.
Parking is also free and families are welcome to take their own picnics into the theme park.
Gulliver’s Valley Rotherham offers a wealth of indoor and outdoor playgrounds. These range from Junior Play Towns, Pirate Ships and Interactive Play Zones.
Food and Drink
There are numerous places to eat and drink within Gullivers Valley. Families are also welcome to take their own picnics into the Theme Park.
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Travelling to Gulliver’s Valley Rotherham
There are a number of ways to get to Gulliver’s Valley Rotherham. If you are travelling by car, exit the M1 at Junction 31 and follow the brown signs. If you are approaching from Sheffield City Centre, follow the signs for A57 Worksop. When driving to Gulliver’s Valley use the postcode S26 5QW.
Travelling by Train
Catch a train to either Sheffield or Rotherham station. The bus station is just around the corner from Warrington Central Station. Both Sheffield and Rotherham bus interchanges are adjacent to the train station.
There are lots of places to stay in Yorkshire. The theme park offers themed on-site accommodation. If you only planning on visiting the park for one day and would like to explore some of the other attractions in the area then take a look at some of the wonderful self-catering cottages available from Snaptrip.
Short Breaks at Gulliver’s Valley Rotherham
Book a themed short break that’s bursting with fun activities for the whole family. The on-site accommodation ranges from Lost World Lodges to Princess Suites. For those staying overnight, there’s a dedicated area for parents to relax with a drink in the evening while children watch a film next door. Check our Gullivers Theme Park offers page for discounts and promotions.
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