New animals await as Gulliver’s Dinosaur & Farm Park reopens
The family-friendly Gulliver’s Dinosaur and Farm Park is reopening and there are a host of new animals making the park their home for 2023!
The Milton Keynes theme park, adjacent to Gulliver’s Land, will reopen to families and young people for dino and farm adventures on Saturday 25 March.
The thrilling park offers the opportunity to discover ‘living’ dinosaurs, get up close and personal with giant insects and creepy crawlies and encounter your favourite farmyard animals.
And there are plenty of new animal additions this year which are set to delight guests including the gorgeous Pinky and Perky pot-bellied pigs, a baby iguana, a royal python, lots of new chicks and three new tarantulas!
There’s also the chance to meet The Very Hungry Caterpillar, who will be making special appearances throughout the day.
A two-hour visit Gulliver’s Dinosaur and Farm Park starts from just £10 per person when booked online, at least two days in advance. Groups are welcome at the park, whether for a unique educational visit or simply a fun day out.
To extend the fun, guests can add on a visit to theme park resort Gulliver’s Land for even more rides and attractions.
Guests can also turn a trip to Gulliver’s Dinosaur and Farm Park into a short break in unique accommodation. Gulliver’s Land’s one-of-a-kind accommodation options including a Very Hungry Caterpillar themed Caterpillar Cocoon, a Princess Suite, Wild West Den, Western and Woodland Lodges and a 99-pitch campsite. Combined with the numerous activities at nearby Willen Lake, it’s a fantastic option for a family break.
Sue Conway from Gulliver’s Dinosaur and Farm Park, said: “We can’t wait to reopen Gulliver’s Dinosaur and Farm Park for 2023! We have a host of exciting activities on offer including our meet and greets with the Very Hungry Caterpillar and even more animals than ever before for our young guests to enjoy including our lovely Pinky and Perky pot-bellied pigs and three new tarantulas!
“We’re really looking forward to welcoming families and young people back to the park for an affordable and fun day out for the whole family.”
For more information and to book tickets, visit the Gulliver’s website.